• Is evidence important to Christians, or is their acceptance threshold lower than that of others?

    Evidence and reasoning is important to most christians but there is also an irrational component involved. The problem with irrationality is that you never know you are the irrational one due to the irrationality blinding you from actual rationality. As a result, christians attempt to twist evidence and reasoning to fit their wishful conclusion... show more
    Evidence and reasoning is important to most christians but there is also an irrational component involved. The problem with irrationality is that you never know you are the irrational one due to the irrationality blinding you from actual rationality. As a result, christians attempt to twist evidence and reasoning to fit their wishful conclusion rather than let the evidence and reasoning actually tell the story. Even when you lay out a rational, reasonable case as to why their reasoning is flawed, they reject it in a way that results in it being like the conversation never took place.
    18 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 8 hours ago
  • If it's cold in here, does that mean there's a ghost?

    It means you live up north in the cold. Turn up the heat or put on more clothes.
    It means you live up north in the cold. Turn up the heat or put on more clothes.
    11 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 9 hours ago
  • Why do teenage girls dress like prostitutes?

    You mean why do "some" girls dress that way. They like the attention would be my guess.
    You mean why do "some" girls dress that way. They like the attention would be my guess.
    19 answers · Mythology & Folklore · 9 hours ago
  • Are atheists on on a highway to a zone which is one of danger?

    We are all on the same highway of life that is riddled with dangerous pot holes. Atheists are potentially the better drivers that navigate around pot holes of irrationality.
    We are all on the same highway of life that is riddled with dangerous pot holes. Atheists are potentially the better drivers that navigate around pot holes of irrationality.
    15 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 9 hours ago
  • Was Obama a better president than Trump?

    If your goal is to bring down America, yes Obama is better.
    If your goal is to bring down America, yes Obama is better.
    22 answers · Politics · 10 hours ago
  • Whats the contribution of religion to society and cultureĀ ?

    The main contribution is inspiration and hope. A person whose spirit is lifted is going to contribute more than a person whose spirit is down in the dumps. While there are ways outside of religion to have raised spirits, religions have been one of the easier ways.
    The main contribution is inspiration and hope. A person whose spirit is lifted is going to contribute more than a person whose spirit is down in the dumps. While there are ways outside of religion to have raised spirits, religions have been one of the easier ways.
    14 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 11 hours ago
  • Does u think the atheisms is silly?

    I think it is silly to believe in things that you have no good reasons to believe.
    I think it is silly to believe in things that you have no good reasons to believe.
    15 answers · Jokes & Riddles · 11 hours ago
  • Milkyway Galaxy Radius 100000 Light years is a Dot in Universe Such huge vastness Confuse me,is it Accident, C.evolution or OneTime Creation?

    Evolution is about "life" evolving to give us the diversity of species we have. An accident implies an intelligence, since the definition is "unintended" consequences. There is no intelligence behind nature itself, it is purely cause and effect, meaning there is "always" a reason for the cause. There are no flukes in... show more
    Evolution is about "life" evolving to give us the diversity of species we have. An accident implies an intelligence, since the definition is "unintended" consequences. There is no intelligence behind nature itself, it is purely cause and effect, meaning there is "always" a reason for the cause. There are no flukes in nature. For every condition there is a predictive reaction.
    8 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 11 hours ago
  • Why do some young people love leftism?

    In America, the left is portrayed by our leftist media as caring for people where the right is portrayed as caring about money. Citizens who believe this lie tend to be younger Americans. The reality is the right does care about people as well but they are practical minded and always ask how much will this cost and where will we get the money? The... show more
    In America, the left is portrayed by our leftist media as caring for people where the right is portrayed as caring about money. Citizens who believe this lie tend to be younger Americans. The reality is the right does care about people as well but they are practical minded and always ask how much will this cost and where will we get the money? The left wants free college, a higher minimum wage, open borders, because that all sounds nice but they don't realize nothing is free and there are negative consequences to forcing a minimum wage higher and having open borders that we are currently seeing in the West.
    4 answers · Government · 12 hours ago
  • Is Donald Trump a good role model?

    Good is a relative term. There are certainly much worse role models as well as much better role models.
    Good is a relative term. There are certainly much worse role models as well as much better role models.
    16 answers · Politics · 12 hours ago
  • Is it possible that there could be laws of existence that are not part of the laws of physics?

    The answer is no. You must first understand that "laws" as applied to physics is our "description" of consistent physical behaviors. It's like observing that square pegs never fit round holes so it becomes a "law" based on us describing this behavior. This means if "new" behaviors are discovered to be... show more
    The answer is no. You must first understand that "laws" as applied to physics is our "description" of consistent physical behaviors. It's like observing that square pegs never fit round holes so it becomes a "law" based on us describing this behavior. This means if "new" behaviors are discovered to be consistently true, they become "new" laws of physics. So if the question is whether we will discover new laws of physics, that answer would be absolutely. There are many things now that we observe the effect but still don't have an adequate explanation. It's sort of like Einstein had some great explanations for our universe but not complete explanations, which led to the development of string theory that does a better job of explaining but still not quite complete.
    11 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 13 hours ago
  • Are there very intelligent and talented people in hell?

    If God is a 5 year old spoiled brat, absolutely.
    If God is a 5 year old spoiled brat, absolutely.
    25 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 16 hours ago
  • Are atheists a bunch of homos?

    Theists are a bunch of homos. Atheists are a flock of homos. Or is it the other way around?
    Theists are a bunch of homos. Atheists are a flock of homos. Or is it the other way around?
    7 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 16 hours ago
  • If you are a person that does not believe in God or gods how much time do you actually spend talking about them?

    I think nonbelievers spend time talking about the reasons that believers believe, not about Gods/Goddesses themselves. Even then, it's mostly due to believers wanting us to believe as they do. For instance, on this site it is most Christians that get addressed, not Hindus who believe in multiple Gods/Goddesses, because it is mainly Christians... show more
    I think nonbelievers spend time talking about the reasons that believers believe, not about Gods/Goddesses themselves. Even then, it's mostly due to believers wanting us to believe as they do. For instance, on this site it is most Christians that get addressed, not Hindus who believe in multiple Gods/Goddesses, because it is mainly Christians that want to sell their beliefs. Also the religion itself does interfere in the lives of other citizens besides just Christians. The religion not only interferes in the lives of nonbelievers but also other religions and even other denominations of the supposed same religion are affected.
    23 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 19 hours ago
  • Are you a Christian if you do not obey Jesus Christ in your actions?

    If you are enrolled in a class, but have failing grades, are you still a student? The answer is yes, you are still technically a student though not a good student. There is still the chance that you could do better and make a passing grade.
    If you are enrolled in a class, but have failing grades, are you still a student? The answer is yes, you are still technically a student though not a good student. There is still the chance that you could do better and make a passing grade.
    19 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 19 hours ago
  • Who is searching for the truth by means of a free home bible study or by means of skype or phone?

    Well so much for the truth.
    Well so much for the truth.
    7 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 19 hours ago
  • Atheist and Christians. Who do you believe has the actual burden of proof?

    I think there is some confusion with people believing it is solely about making a claim, with theists claiming atheists are "claiming" that Gods don't exist. When it comes to existence, it is simply about the fact that existence leaves evidence to share, nonexistence cannot. Theists are claiming existence, they shoulder the burden of... show more
    I think there is some confusion with people believing it is solely about making a claim, with theists claiming atheists are "claiming" that Gods don't exist. When it comes to existence, it is simply about the fact that existence leaves evidence to share, nonexistence cannot. Theists are claiming existence, they shoulder the burden of providing the evidence that should be readily available with that existence. Atheists are not technically making a claim, they are rejecting a claim based on no evidence or reasoning of support. Theists do attempt to put forward evidence and reasoning, but it falls extremely short of being "good" reasoning, where atheists often demonstrate why the reasoning fails. The fact that theists continue to still believe demonstrates an irrational mindset at work. Rational people cannot rationalize with irrational people, that is just how irrationality works, your emotions blind you from rationality.
    16 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 19 hours ago
  • Divine intervention or just plain luck?

    If you pray for rain, chances are good that your prayers will be answered. If you pray for a new limb to grow, you are guaranteed failure until science figures out how to regrow limbs.
    If you pray for rain, chances are good that your prayers will be answered. If you pray for a new limb to grow, you are guaranteed failure until science figures out how to regrow limbs.
    14 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 20 hours ago
  • Are we really alive?

    In a biological sense, absolutely. The verses you quote are metaphorical in terms of your spiritual life and while the writers may have irrationally believed in an actual spiritual realm after this life, in practical terms, if your spirit (emotional well being) is low, you are not living but just existing.
    In a biological sense, absolutely. The verses you quote are metaphorical in terms of your spiritual life and while the writers may have irrationally believed in an actual spiritual realm after this life, in practical terms, if your spirit (emotional well being) is low, you are not living but just existing.
    7 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 20 hours ago
  • The argument from religious experience says that, because people have different experiences of God, God cannot possibly exist. true or false?

    That is generally false but potentially true. People have different experiences of Disney World, but if a person mistakenly begins describing experiences from Universal Studios we can know we are not talking about the same theme park. But even if people are not describing the same God there is nothing to say that there are not multiple Gods and... show more
    That is generally false but potentially true. People have different experiences of Disney World, but if a person mistakenly begins describing experiences from Universal Studios we can know we are not talking about the same theme park. But even if people are not describing the same God there is nothing to say that there are not multiple Gods and Goddesses and some religions like Hinduism do have multiple Gods/Goddesses. So different experiences alone cannot fully inform us.
    14 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 20 hours ago