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Re: Talking About The Easy Way Out

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Posted by Science=Religion/">Science=Religion on September 24, 1998 07:08:05 UTC

: : : : Many would say "There has to be a God, so many people say there is, how could so many people be wrong?"

: : : Well in my opinion, the reason so many people believe in god is because it's so much easier thinking there is a god than wondering about the origin of the universe. Reading some books about the origin of the universe gave me such a head ache that I almost wish I believed in a "Creator".

: : : There is a lot more to my opinion on "God" but I don't want to make this post too long.

: : : --From the Shadows

: : Isn't believing in something you can't prove more difficult than : : believing in science? : : So don't say believing in God is an easy way out!

: Oh but it's not. If you can't prove "God" exsist you can say it's true without proof and no one can prove you wrong unless they work hard and use science.

Your missing the point. It's not that you say you believe in God, but that you truly BELIEVE in God. (with is completely different) Do you really think it si easy to belive in something you can't proof. Specially when the whole world is "demanding" proof of Gods existence?

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