• Can a loving God hate his own creation?

    I was surfing the internet casucally last night and I came across a "Christian Website" which proudly and loudly declared that "God hate fags". This put me into a thinking mode and I began wondering as to how can a loving God (most Christians say that theirs is a loving God) hate someone who he has created himself. what kind of a... show more
    I was surfing the internet casucally last night and I came across a "Christian Website" which proudly and loudly declared that "God hate fags". This put me into a thinking mode and I began wondering as to how can a loving God (most Christians say that theirs is a loving God) hate someone who he has created himself. what kind of a God would first create someone gay and then hate him or her to hell. Actually I have observed this attitude towards homosexuals in all religious people, especially Christians and Muslims. However atleast Muslims don't pretend to claim that theirs is a loving god. However the Christians don't tire of claiming that their God is a God of love and mercy. Now why would a merciful God hate something he has created himself. Sounds funny, doesn't it.
    9 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 9 years ago
  • Have you heard the name of Daniel Everett?

    Can anyone tell me more about the life of this great man. For those who don't know at all, let me just give a brief introduction about this man. He was a Missionary who went to convert a tribe a people in the Amazon forests. However he was so disillusioned that he recanted his faith and became an Atheist.
    Can anyone tell me more about the life of this great man. For those who don't know at all, let me just give a brief introduction about this man. He was a Missionary who went to convert a tribe a people in the Amazon forests. However he was so disillusioned that he recanted his faith and became an Atheist.
    2 answers · Geography · 9 years ago
  • Why do people believe in Jesus when there is no credible evidence that he ever existed?

    Belief in Jesus is the same as believing in the boogey monster since there is no credible evidence to prove that Jesus ever existed. I have read most of the proof provided by the Christian Apologetics and I have come to the conclusion that Jesus Never Existed. Why do people refuse to accept truth and keep on believing that a semi nude dude is going... show more
    Belief in Jesus is the same as believing in the boogey monster since there is no credible evidence to prove that Jesus ever existed. I have read most of the proof provided by the Christian Apologetics and I have come to the conclusion that Jesus Never Existed. Why do people refuse to accept truth and keep on believing that a semi nude dude is going to come from the sky and take them along.
    37 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 9 years ago
  • Why do Hindus go to extra leghts to defend Sikhism when Sikhs don't give a **** about them or their Religion?

    Now I am saying this from my personal experience, most Hindus will go to lenghts to defend Sikhism and Sikhs while Sikhs take pleasure in bashing Hindus and their faith. Personally, although I am an Atheist, I have emmense respect for Vedic philosphies as well as Buddhism. Saldy most Hindus shun me because I don't profess belief in a deity and... show more
    Now I am saying this from my personal experience, most Hindus will go to lenghts to defend Sikhism and Sikhs while Sikhs take pleasure in bashing Hindus and their faith. Personally, although I am an Atheist, I have emmense respect for Vedic philosphies as well as Buddhism. Saldy most Hindus shun me because I don't profess belief in a deity and don't think that it is necessary to read philosophy and believe in an imaginary friend at the same time. However I do feel bad when Sikhs refer to Hindus in the worst possible ways while adressing them. What is the reason behind Hindus not being able to come to terms with the fact that Sikhs don;t like them. Is it because of respect for Sikh beliefs or are Hindus just to timid to respond back to Sikhs in kind.
    9 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 9 years ago
  • What is the relevance of the Jewis sabbath?

    Why don't Jews work on Saturday's. Is there a reason behind not doing so and is all of Isarel closed on the Sabbath day?
    Why don't Jews work on Saturday's. Is there a reason behind not doing so and is all of Isarel closed on the Sabbath day?
    9 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 9 years ago
  • Why do people hate Jews so much?

    I have always pondered over this question. Why do people hate Jews so much? Is it because they are finacially better than other communities or that they help each other in times of need. I mean what is it about Jews that makes them so hated all around the world. LAst year when I was in Pakistan people would tell me that all the problems between... show more
    I have always pondered over this question. Why do people hate Jews so much? Is it because they are finacially better than other communities or that they help each other in times of need. I mean what is it about Jews that makes them so hated all around the world. LAst year when I was in Pakistan people would tell me that all the problems between Christians and Muslims are because of Jews (even though I am an atheist, they assuemd I was Christian because of my skin colour). This problem is not unique to Pakistan, this feeling is rampant all around the so called Muslim world that Jews are the reasons for all the world's problems. I wonder why people don't look for problems within their own societies and rather look for scapegoats to vent their anger.
    7 answers · Other - Society & Culture · 9 years ago
  • Christians! How would you convince a Jew or a Moslem that Christianity is indeed a monotheistic faith?

    Christians believe in the trinity, which is more like three Gods rolled into one. Even though Christians deny this fact, to any outside observer (relgious or non religious) Christianity appears to be a non-monotheistic religions with three deities: 1. The Father 2. The Son 3. The holy Spirit Let us get on with it, a religion can either be... show more
    Christians believe in the trinity, which is more like three Gods rolled into one. Even though Christians deny this fact, to any outside observer (relgious or non religious) Christianity appears to be a non-monotheistic religions with three deities: 1. The Father 2. The Son 3. The holy Spirit Let us get on with it, a religion can either be monotheistic or it can't be monotheistic.It can't be both. Ofcourse you try to convince others by saying that its three Gods rolled into one (as if god were a joint). However the fact is you have be a Christian inorder to convince yourself to believe that you are actually believing in a monotheistic religion. One more thing, what makes you feel superior to other non-monotheitic religions. It is just a number game once you are not monotheictic. You believe in three Gods, others believe in four and some believe in a million. What difference does it make. I am sure that you will make sure that this question of mine gets deleted, but let me tell you one thing you can't stop me from exposing your creed. Have a great day!
    12 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 9 years ago
  • A Question for Christians and Jews?

    I am specifically adressing this question to the Christians and Jews, because both these religions believe that Adam and eve were the first human beings created by G-d. If this is true then that would mean that all of us are products of incest, because the only way Cain (since he already killed able) could carry on the human population would be by... show more
    I am specifically adressing this question to the Christians and Jews, because both these religions believe that Adam and eve were the first human beings created by G-d. If this is true then that would mean that all of us are products of incest, because the only way Cain (since he already killed able) could carry on the human population would be by mating with his own mother, since Genisis does not anywhere show us that another woman who was distinct from Adam and Eve's gene pool was ever created. Even if this woman was not Even she had to be one of their kids, as there is no other way that they could carry on the human population. Another question that arises in my mind is how do we see the different races around us. The Bible only mentions the Hebrews and the Blacks. It nowhere mentions Whites, Indians, Japanese, Chinese, etc. How exactly did this gene mutation take place. Plus how could G-d allow this incest to take place on such a big scale. If the Bible is to be believed then all of us are still carrying on incest which the Bible decries at different places. I am really confused?
    6 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 9 years ago