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Let's talk about atheism (WALL OF TEXT IN OP DON'T SAY I DIDN'T WARN YOU)

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Why do you try to make people happy?

It was the way i was raised.

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I would imagine a god would be more interested in how you treated other people and if you were a morally good/just person over how/what you believed in.

There are 2 billion christians in the world and quite frankly there is pry 2 billion versions of christianity. I have my own set of beliefs and they are different from my wife's and pstalls and my parents.

That's all good.

The problem is when you believe you are morally superior and righteous that you start to infringe on the rights of other people with laws fashioned around your interpretation.

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you dodging me stirs?

You mean the thought provoking "why am I a good person" question?

Answer: I am not

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You mean the thought provoking "why am I a good person" question?

Answer: I am not

then why do you TRY to be a good person... if it's not fear of judgement... what?

Don't get all indignant with the question... you were the one that first brought up this line of thinking with your "what's to keep someone who don't believe in god from murdering a bunch of people?"

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It is all in what you beleive a certain set of standards should be and who gives you the set of standards. Where does your set originate? Did they evolve? Are they ever changing? Why have them?

To some, there are no absolutes.

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It is all in what you beleive a certain set of standards should be and who gives you the set of standards. Where does your set originate? Did they evolve? Are they ever changing? Why have them?

To some, there are no absolutes.

thanks, I have my answer.

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you can hate the what if you're wrong argument all you want, at some point, no matter your belief systems, socio-economic background, skin color, favorite James Bond or whatever, you WILL die. that might be the only thing that 100% of humanity agrees with.

after that. well.

I hate the "what if you're wrong argument" because, like I said, the possibility of being wrong applies to absolutely anybody. If an argument someone makes against someone can be applied to everyone, it's not exactly a strong one.

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Simple question. Are we all going to die one day?

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