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It seems some atheists want to paint it as a "theism vs atheism" thing, so they can claim the nontheists. But often times the theists want to claim you too and do the same thing, it's happened at least to me a lot from both sides.
No, I'm not an atheist. Atheism is a SUBSET of nontheism.
Wikipedia: Nontheism - Wikipedia
Not to be confused with atheism.
Nontheism or non-theism is a range of both religious and nonreligious attitudes characterized by the absence of espoused belief in...
Materialism has officially become dangerous in my eyes. Not in any way to the extent of Islamic extremism, fascism, or other rising positions in the world, but dangerous nonetheless. Why?
1. The death of skepticism: even the slightest skeptical questioning casts doubt on materialism, for how can we reduce the mind to matter when we know the mind directly and matter through it? Can we trust our senses that there's a physical world out there? Is there really no other valid possibility in the...
it seems some people are willing to.....
Do unto others as they would have it done unto them
but do not believe in the afterlife
as there is no life after death.....(not my belief)
why not do as you see fit?
every man for himself
take all you can ....give nothing back (Capt. Jack Sparrow)
a pirates life under a pirates code
I've often heard Christians say that the Jews are G-d's Chosen People. Whilst I, of course, agree, I'm not sure what they mean by this. If the Torah has been made invalid (G-d forbid) by Jesus' sacrifice and the prophecies fulfilled, how exactly are the Jews, in Christian theology, anymore a Chosen People than the Christians?
What is the Trinity?
The Trinity began to take shape as a doctrine of the early church in the 3rd century CE, and appears in the Apostles’ Creed c. 390. (The word itself doesn’t appear in the NT, of course. Its earliest known use is by Theophilos of Antioch in 180, as Greek τριάς, but not with its present meaning.)
The doctrine states: ‘The One God exists as three persons and one substance’ (Oxford Dict. of the Christian Church) also phrased, ‘In the unity of the Godhead there are Three...
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