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|Subject: Re: Atheism||Date: 1/20/2013 4:49 PM|
|Author: CCinOC||Number: 667358 of 774002|
That definition of yours would have to include in 'gods' and 'godthingies' since we know that history shows THOUSANDS of godthingies that humans have groveled to over the past 10,000 years. If you are a believer, you can't just 'believe' in one.
Your reasoning here is kind of silly.
Atheists don't care how silly their belief/nonbelief is.
It's simply not plausible that the universe appeared out of nowhere/nothing. The chances of that happening, what with the magnificence of the universe and everything in it, is practically nill. But that's what atheists believe.
It's far more plausible that a Creator actually did create the magnificence we see before us. Otherwise, an atheist must believe that nothing that exists has any significance whatsoever.
Why they don't off themselves in droves in utter hopelessness is a mystery to me.
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