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  1. Gordon1972

    How far can I take my disbelief and still be Christian?

    Hi there I am stuck between worlds. I do not believe in the bible in any sense other than it is an interesting collection of myths, stories and pseudo-history. And yet, I am also despised by hard-line atheists for reasons that are difficult to understand. Is the idea of being an agnostic...
  2. O

    The Bible Is A Heavily Outdated Book

    Nothing in the bible and what it says can be applied to the normal way of life today. Heck, some of its texts are almost 3,000 years old! The bible is a collection of 66 books composed by random authors over the course of a very long period of time. Most of the authors, at least in the old...
  3. O

    The "Lukewarm Christian" Logical Fallacy Debunked

    Ex-christian here. When I was a christian I was presented with two distinct forms of christianity; one where you say a few abracadabra words and you are good to go and the other was "you just have to keep at it or you are lost." The latter makes LESS sense than the first concept if you are a...
  4. Exaltist Ethan

    Why are Your Theological Beliefs Correct?

    This thread is inspired by this thread that I made exactly two months ago. I realize now that thread had certain errors to it that I desire to correct with this thread. First, that thread was in Interfaith Discussion, which is fine, but looking back on that thread from the very beginning there...
  5. Exaltist Ethan

    What Type of Theologies Do You Believe In?

    The original source: Spectra of Religion and Magic Upon my research for theology spectrums I came across an article detailing eight distinct theologies abroad a wide range of differing viewpoints regarding God. This includes: transtheism, atheism, agnosticism, panentheism, pantheism...
  6. Ali Winters

    Agnostic Sojourner

    Hi everyone, I am new to this forum and it has been a while since I engaged in religious discussions. I have found a renewed interest in exploring the foundation of my agnosticism and invite any critiques of agnosticism or ideas on areas to explore. I may not present as your typical agnostic as...
  7. MikeF

    Call to abandon Atheism

    I know this will be hard to sell, but I'm going to try. From our earliest Paleolithic ancestors, the unknown has always been framed under a paradigm in which the presumption has been there is a sentience, a mover, behind observations humans have been unable to explain. From questions about how...
  8. SalixIncendium

    Agnostics: Get Off the Fence

    Some here appear to have concluded that one is either a theist or an atheist; that there is no other option. If this is, indeed, the case, in which camp do you fall if you're agnostic? Agnostics: Do you consider yourself to be a theist? Why? Do you consider yourself to be an atheist? Why?