For sure God exists but not physically. It exists only in neuro circuits of brains of millons of belivers. Were we hardwired to have a God in our brains? I don't think so. Our brain is hardwired only to survive and produce children and raise them until they can survive on their own.But evolution is a blind process. It produces not only organisims to survive but also some side products like music, art, and ofcourse RELIGION. We don't need any of them to survive. But they happened to exist.…Continue
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I do not believe in God. But people ask what proof do you have not to believe it? Wait a munite? Doesn't it sound weird? Which one can be proved? The existance of something or nonexistance of something? If ı say " I have a diamond as big as my refrigerator buried in my garden." Probably you will say " Prove it." Suppose that ı reply " Well ı ca't prove it. But it is not my responsibility to prove it. If you don't believe me prove that there is not such a diamond." Nonsense, isn't it? But…Continue
I don't think that Atheism a spirual journey. To me it is just finding out the truth about nature the laws of nature and the human kind. I wonder where it all comes from. The God The spirutuality and other super natural arguments. Why people create such things? The argument isn't if there is a God or not. For 100% there is no God. Because science has looked into the atoms and found no God and has looked on the massive stars and galaxies and again no sighn of God. But when…Continue
I want to say that ı am a strict Atheist but ı live in an enviroment where everybody believes in a sort of God. People who belive in God are free to exress it. They pray talk about God and do nonsense things in the name of God. But what about me. I have to conceal that I am an Atheist. I have to pretend that I belive it. That makes me frustrated but it is the only way that ı can get along witrh the society that ı live in. Sometimes ı want to scream as; Hey people what…Continue
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Why do we not see arguments for antitheism, that is, for people who believe in an omnipotent, omniscient and omnimalevolent being? Is it rational or emotional?
Christopher New offers a reflection. I have highlighted some of his arguments in a post and they are worth looking at.