外围体育投注Edit:Books from a philosophical / scientific side, I don't want a book deconstructing a specific religion.
I was asked this question and I am not yet sure..
Certainly some over the top, celestial deal where the stars spell out "JC IS BACK!" Would work, but assuming that we don't require moving of entire star systems to be convinced, what simpler thing would you accept as proof?
Edit: So many "God would know what I think is proof" responses... For the record I AM NOT GOD. I asked you what you thought would be proof, if you do not know what you think would be proof, that is fine.
To the best of my knowledge, god is not on this thread to provide answers that you do not know personally.
I’ve seen people that seemed to have very good lives and I have also seen some nice people that had pretty crappy lives that they didn’t deserve. Realistically what is the reason for this? Is it just luck or are there other factors to why life is good to some people and bad to others?
I grew up in a very liberal/progressive/non religious area in the north east.
外围体育投注I keep my religious beliefs VERY quiet. I’m always scared people will judge me if they find out I’m religious.
外围体育投注However, I realize there’s a lot of you guys who keep quiet your lack of religion/belief in atheism. I also know Christianity is the dominant religion, however it doesn’t really feel that way where I’m from. Unrelated but I’ve been reading a bit recently about the experience of minorities, code-switching, not feeling comfortable being true to yourself and I super relate, but I know that‘s probably messed up, like it would be different if I lived in the Bible Belt or something.
All that said, am I paranoid? Would non-religious people judge me just for being religious NOT necessarily for holding certain views etc? Should I continue avoiding mentioning that I go to church etc?
外围体育投注I became an apostate some years ago, but in secret. I have considered myself an agnostic atheist, but my partner thinks I do indeed, believe in “God.” My family still believes I am Christian. When they use the name “God,” they are referring to Jehova of the Bible, who I do not believe in. I have come to think of “God” as the unified field, and this helps me to maintain dialogue and compassion with people when they use this word.
Does using “God” as a term for the unified field, which I do believe in, mean that I do believe in God? Or does rejecting belief in Jehova make me an atheist?
外围体育投注I’ve completely walked away from believing in any type of god about a three years ago. Just kinda realized how bullshit Catholicism was and decided to throw the whole thing in the trash. My question is how do you guys know everything will be okay in the end? Or know even if it doesn’t, you’ll eventually get it right? I’m talking about going through cancer, committing to a major in college, taking a big leap into a mortgage. Big risks. Where does the feeling of security come from? I get angry and bitter that religious people have a ‘security blanket’ so to speak meaning that everything will be okay in the end because ‘god’ will take care of it. They seem to have so many less worries and more assurance because a higher power will work it all out, I guess I just figured I didn’t want to be ignorant and following a cult any more, but my whole family is religious so I’ve never gotten the opportunity to talk to someone who’s also foregone religion.