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Crispy Bacon

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  1. Okay if I could change the title I would rename it "we are all broken, not just people who believe in God" (long title I know lol) I've been an atheist before and I was most certainly broken, and when I found God I felt less broken.
  2. His disciples asked him, “Rabbi, who sinned, this man or his parents, that he was born blind?” “Neither this man nor his parents sinned,” said Jesus, “but this happened so that the works of God might be displayed in him. - John 9:2-3 Some of the happiest people I've ever meet are people with disabilities. Many of them do the work of God and inspire people to be greatful for what they have.
  3. Well Jesus was an historical person. + adults believe in Jesus, only kids believe in the tooth fairy and zeus (and crazy people lol). 1) We can get rid of all gods that we can understand. Because a god we can understand would be a man-made god. (This gets rid alot of other gods.) How great is God--beyond our understanding! The number of his years is past finding out. – Job 36:26 (many other verses) 2) We can get rid of gods that have died out. 3) We can get rid of gods that are copied from other gods. Google "Was Jesus a Copy of Horus, Mithras, Krishna, Dionysus and Ot
  4. I think people who believe in God are no more broken than people who don't believe in God. Infact I think they're less broken.
  5. I don't know a single person that isn't broken in some sort of way. I think people who believe in God and have faith are less broken. I don't have as much faith as I use to and I have made many mistakes. I feel more broken because I'm further away from God. It's not that I am "missing the community aspect of religious practice". I was never big on that anyway.
  6. I never said it was evidence for God. It is evidence that people who believe in God arn't broken. I felt so alive... Now I'm kinda broken because I've drifted away.
  7. When I went to my youth convention (during Christmas break) I really grew a lot in my faith. The first night I dedicated my Life to God, and was overwhelmed with peace/love and clarity. I let down my defenses and really started to love people. I didn't have to put up a front, I was just myself. The last day of the convention I had been watching youtube parodies. That night I didn’t feel the same, I wasn’t connecting, and I couldn’t feel his presence like I did the other nights. I began to think “maybe I don’t even know God” Just as I had that thought the speakers blew up really loud. Peopl
  8. How many years would it take to become one? (I will research on my on as well) The Phlebotomy – Laboratory Assistant program is a nine-month diploma program. You only make roughly $10 when first starting out, but it seems like a good job for me. I need to make up my mind fast because I only have 2 more weeks to make up my mind. Does anyone else know of any cool jobs that only take up to 2 years to get a diploma for?
  9. Watch “The Case for Free Will” by InspiringPhilosophy
  10. I'm guessing you didn't read the Bible verses I gave at the top of this thread. I'm pretty sure the preist and the Levite were both wrong and the atheist did what was right and probally has a way better chance of getting into heaven then the other 2.
  11. What kind of job takes a persons blood and analysis it to see if there's anything wrong with the person? I think that would be a cool job.
  12. There are two views among Christians about hell. On one side you can stack quite a few Scriptures that talk about the wicked perishing in hell, they die, they’re consumed, and they are no more. Then there are some Scriptures that I feel are more nebulous, where it talks about Satan being tormented day and night forever and ever in the lake of fire. When you put all these Scriptures side by side, it seems like the bulk of evidence is on the side that the wicked are not immortalized in hell. So that's not me ;P
  13. Yes, but I said that was wrong of me and we need to judge after we get to know the person. That goes for religion/atheism, skin color, gay/straight/bi, language, ect. I know I will live a happier life when I learn to be kind and respectful to everyone, and so will everyone else.
  14. Can anyone control there dreams? I kinda did last night towards the end of it right before I woke up. (I don't remember the dream now, but I know I controled it towards the end)
  15. Some people live in areas where they are more likely to be tought there is a multiverse. Other places teach there students there is only 1 universe, and yet other places don't even know what a universe and multiverse is. The only thing that matters is the truth. It doesn't matter that if you live in a certain place you might be more likely to believe in a certain thing. It doesn't change truth.
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