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My fave quotes -21- by Aster96 My fave quotes -21- by Aster96
“Q: Prove God doesn’t exist. A: That’s a tough one. Show me how it’s done by proving Zeus and Apollo don’t exist, and I’ll use your method.”
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StylishCat100 Featured By Owner Jul 22, 2014
Exactly.
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PandaSennin Featured By Owner Apr 26, 2014  Student Filmographer
I never got this argument from either side.
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MKBrony Featured By Owner Apr 20, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
A: well, All of the Greek gods apparently lived on the mountains of Olympus. However, people have now climbed the Olympian mountains, and there isn't a sign of a single supernatural phenomenon caused by any of the gods there, much less the gods themselves.
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BabyZabuzas Featured By Owner Mar 26, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I hate how people use the mentality of "Well, you can't prove God doesn't exist, therefore he does." By that logic, fairies exist just because I can't prove they don't.
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pepprace Featured By Owner Mar 27, 2013
Q: Prove NO gods exist

Still, I do like the stamp. Of course nobody can prove anything. What many atheists forget is that they can't prove they are right either. At the end of the day, atheism is a religion like any other
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Napalm-Muffin Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2013
I completely respect your right to belief whatever you want, but atheism is not a religion. That is like like saying ''not going skiing is a hobby''. Just to let you know. Have a nice day :)
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pepprace Featured By Owner Jun 24, 2013
I think it more as saying "zero is not a number". After all, do religions need a god? Not at all - look at Buddhism. A religion is a way of seeing how the world works. Christians believe there is a sole god, and in heaven and hell. Hindus believe in many gods, and in reincarnation. Atheists believe that there is no god, and no afterlife.

Also, I completely respect people's beliefs as well. I realize that I sounded a little critical in my original comment, so I apologize for that. I just want atheists to realize that it IS at the end of the day a belief like any other.

P.S. What's wrong with being called a religion? I just don't understand that.

P.P.S. If I was forced to make a decision to believe in something, I would say that I believe there is a god-like entity, probably not omni-benevolent, maybe omnipotent (in our universe) and while not omniscient, probably knows a lot. I won't bother explaining here why, but there are reasons.
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kalika12 Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
Well,some buddhist divisions believe in a deity,but I see your point.
I respect your view,the main problem is that many people don't respect views that differs from theirs.
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InkCaviness Featured By Owner Jan 9, 2013
I totally agree! I don't say that god exists, but I also don't say that he doesn't. And I really love greek mythology! xD
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BlueWolf007 Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2014
You're probably agnostic then. It means you believe there is a 'possibility' that there is a higher being then humankind, but you're not bending over backwards to please this all powerful and invisible being who supposedly drifts around in the clouds above us.

It could also mean that you might believe in a different image of what 'God' might mean. (As opposed to depicting a God as say: a man, an elephant, and the favorite the most Caucasian desert dweller disciple I've ever seen... our modern Jesus.) You don't cancel out the possibility but live a subjective life.
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