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Re: Why Do People Deny That There's GOD ?

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Posted by Lee on October 29, 1999 01:29:05 UTC

NEO: "I couldn't understand why people deny The GOD whatever the reason is. Do you all consider you're the creator or what?"

D: Humans question. Through questioning, we learn. Imagine where we'd be if everyone simply accepted the premise that God did it all. Human knowledge only began to advance once we discarded the notion that God did all. Humanity's ability to question is what made us so sucessful.

NEO: "Don't you see evidences out there ??????????? Don't you think who created you, your parents, your grandma,etc ?"

D: I don't see how that's any indication for the existence of a deity. Moreover, I don't think anything is really created. Matter is ever changing in an infinite universe. The substances that composed you and me have once belonged to something else, and when we die, we will become something else. Essentially, this pervasive change is evolution.

NEO: "I can't accept the denial of The GOD !!!!!"

D: Then you can't begin to argue any subject. This is merely a statement of your own stubborness and intolerance of the viewpoints of others. If you have good evidence to ground your standpoint, then show me. Your insistence that there is a God is a circular argument.

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