Ghostrider Posted October 14, 2018 Report Share Posted October 14, 2018 (edited) In some ways, this is a fairly non-productive discussion as neither side can absolutely prove, or disprove, the existence of a god(s), and the many religions that surround us are nothing more than artificial constructs of human origin. Surely the onus is on the 'believers' to prove the existence. Disproving existence can't be done, regardless of subject matter. I'll tip my hat to the mind(s) that conceived 'God'/religion though, as what they created must be near perfect to convince the masses that it exists, without having to produce one shred on tangible evidence of its existence. As an exercise in mind control and capitalising upon inherent human fears and weaknesses, it excells. It seems one of very few ways not to be drawn in in some way by it all, is to be someone who when the 'Why am I here', 'What is the purpose of life', 'What happens when I die' etc type questions come up. Can truthfully answer 'Don't know, don't care' to them all. Edited October 14, 2018 by Ghostrider Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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