|Posted by Gmac Webs on February 15, 2014 at 11:05 PM||comments (0)|
(This I think captures part of the political and social styles (a very corrupt time) and also the mentality of the time (everyone wanting to be remembered and famous. Hence, statues and monuments etc).
Also, it is a more likely story based on a more logical and rational view of the time and how things could actually happen in reality (i.e: how it could happen today).)
A while before Jesus was born, people wanted to come up with, what was at the time, an u...Read Full Post »
|Posted by caseyxsharp on December 9, 2013 at 11:40 PM||comments (0)|
People don't seem to understand the concept that there has to be an uncaused cause for us to be here. An atheist will say God needs a cause but with that logic the universe had a creator too. For every cause there is an effect. Cause and effect are the same thing. Something causes any cause making what the cause causes an effect. All causes are effects and all effects are causes. The and in cause and effect means one and one makes two, if that makes sense. If there was always a cause and effe...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Gmac Webs on December 22, 2012 at 9:55 PM||comments (3)|
In this blog I will answer a question that I have known the answer to for about 2 years. That question was “What is the religious timeline?”. I know that you would probably get a better answer on Google but this answer I came up with whilst trying to getting thorns out of my arm after a bike stunt went wrong (my friends weren’t bothered and I was left to think). I will also explain, briefly why people thought Adam and Eve’s story was true and I will ask Theists a quest...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Gmac Webs on December 16, 2012 at 2:55 PM||comments (0)|
A person sent me a fairly hateful e-mail yesterday (15/12/2012) and he said:
“motherf**ker. y u spreding lies p**syf*g? y u tryin gto kill off god with ur bulls**t? u want the truth? READ THE BIBEL C**T!!1” [sic] (obviously, I have censored it) and I get things like that fairly often when it is clear I am not doing anything like that. But this e-mail made me think. How plausible is most of the stories in the bible and so I went back to 2 years ago when I started to question ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Gmac Webs on December 13, 2012 at 11:30 AM||comments (3)|
I have discovered many things during my conversations with a variety of religious people, and one of the things I have overlooked. It is possibly the most obvious questions that has, at present eluded me. The question is: Why do most religious people tend to say “God did it. Why? Because he is omnipotent/ It was his will”? I think I have an answer – and, as usual, it is a psychological answer.
The reason why I think people claim god did things is because ...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Gmac Webs on December 2, 2012 at 1:00 PM||comments (2)|
There are many misconceptions that, some not all, theists hold about atheists, and some couldn’t be further from the truth. I was talking to an Islamic male who believed that all we atheists and indeed, scientists “only start wars” and “destroy things”. A Christian I met said that we hate everything about god and that we are here to destroy god. And a Sikh man I spoke to said “u athests hate everything. u have no plase in ur hart for luv adn kindnes...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Gmac Webs on December 1, 2012 at 12:25 PM||comments (27)|
A question most religions would say something along the lines of "Because we should worship our creator, as he created us". But I think the most true answer is "Because it makes me happy". And who would be wrong enough to argue that? Certainly not me. So, what DID make us believe in God? I'll answer with the psychological answer.
God, came about because we humans near the beginning of our time, were ape-like and behaved much as they so. Then, during the evolutionary stages ...Read Full Post »