How do you support your claim? Do you leave open a possibility?
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From: IT IS YOU WHO MAKES ME HAPPY!
Date: Dec 21 2006 6:56 AM
hi my names jhonatan,
i really didnt know there was such an extreme goup like the one you guys have. but the truth is im not really surprised. In a sense i respect your beliefs but do not agree with them. If I talk to you about God i dont know if i am waisting my time of you you wont even ready any further. but i have chosen to look through your page. i do believe that blasphemy againt the Holy Spirit is a sin and an unforgivalble one. But I hav also read other parts of the Bible where God says that nothing can seperate us from His love. I do believe God loves us all and doesnt look at us like sinners, or else y would he go through so much trouble for "sinners" by sennding his onle Son. I dont think i need to go in dept with you, because i expect-you know what you claim to be false. and you must know to the extreme that you believe your own ideas.
I would like to know why? with evidence do you soport your claim? why do you deny the exitence of God or any god?
thank you for your time. im jst somone that wants to know... i hope you can right me back. we all seek truth.
Jonathan I deny the existence of gods known to man. They seem to be copies of each other and means to express knowledge about the world that we didn't or still don't know. Today with research we can see that many religions make inaccurate claims about our origins. I do however leave open the realm of possibility that we were created by something, I just don't think we would have any knowledge of what that thing was. It's just as likely that we were created by aliens that weren't created by anything than any other kind of god that would've created us, in fact the aliens are more likely. Keep in mind that assuming something created us, that would open a bigger question, what created that thing. If you can admit that an amazingly powerful entity can just always exist without needing a creator, is it so hard ti imagine that less complex things could have just always existed?
Thanks for your rather pleasant email and your honest questions. I encourage you to never stop researching what you do and don't believe.