Hassan Rogan Alwadi
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This is such a cool page. Like I don't know what to think, I believe in a higher being but not really the God in Christianity. And to spartan4613, I though about that all the way through this and I am really intrigued now.
While i do believe and agree with a good portion of this, religion is like a personalized way of divination and just because the religious fuck it up doesnt mean you should down it entirely. Its taught plenty of people the mysteries of the universe and its beginnings before our civilazation came along and dubbed it 'The Big Bang'. Hermetics describes it perfectly. Constantine made changes to the bible that are still there today, there is no hell. Reincarnations the real deal (use your logic and keep in mind energy cant be created or destroyed). Yeshua (Jesus actual name) preached all of these things along with the message of love, because if we all loved each other we could use the technology for genetic warfare and oodles of bombs to eliminate sickness and make really cool cosmic fireworks (or free energy, i suppose). read your physics and think as much as possible kids, itll get you further than sitting in your room being angry at the world for believing the universe is alive in their own little way.
I wonder, and I think it is is a healthy thought to give just a moment to think- what if this wasn't fiction?
God doesn't exist
This is an interesting way of looking at historical development, it is kind of like a cross between Asimov's psycho-history ideas in the Foundation series and Chaos Theory. That is to say, if you zoom out far enough, random quanta events create physical laws; in this story, if you zoom out far enough on individual civilisations, historical laws seem to arise, but without inevitable progress for any given civilisation.
Clever and interesting
Interesante artículo de un ateo. Entretenido, especialmente porque yo no soy partidario de la iglesia, sin embargo, sí soy partidario de un poder más grande que todo.
very, very interesting read :)
An amusing but interesting story, comes from a philosophy site where the author is somewhat direct about writing it. I don't think it was meant to be read as truth but to get people to think which hopefully it did.
Second time I've seen it this week, and still has lots of holes in it which, with a little bit more scientific knowledge, could be shot down easily.
Also, if you want proof that this story is a lie right now, go back and read the part where it says "aspiring philosopher."
An amusing work of fiction.
Really enjoyed this little vision of god.
Entertaining? Sure, but nothing else.
That supposed wisdom that should be palpable through the words of "the deity" is nowhere to be found.
Interesting, but familiar ideas. Typos and lack of proof-reading ruin it.
clearly this guy made it all up. no normal person could remember that..and even if he COULD remember a whole convo that long, God isnt a being. God is a way to live.
"Cosmic thoughts, gentlemen?" - Kirk
"We were speculating, is God really out there?" - (Bones) McCoy
"Maybe he's not out there, Bones. Maybe he's right here in the Human heart." - Kirk
Obviously Fiction. But a very interesting way on how to observe life. If it were true i feel like one of the questions he would ask would be "what happens after we die!!???". If you did actually meet god i would think that would be the first question to ask; or at least i would. I agree with some of it though. Like how we have to mature as a whole in order to move on in this evolution. If we don't the world will be destroyed by our own dumbass actions haha. Fun read though....