Since you've answered your own question, we don't have to. Right?
Wouldn't it be much easier if everyone did likewise ?
So God was using your keyboard today? He typed in the answer? This is not a rhetoric section.
I think people use their idea of God to judge people, to feel certain about things.<br />
What their subconscious mind spews up is seen as messages from God, and divine truth about the outside world. <br />
They seem to think their body / brain interpreting the world of God is is pure, no mater how many big macs they have had, nor how many bottles of wine, nor how much tv they have allowed to influence their thinking and feelings. <br />
I am not an Atheist, but I am bothered by people who feel righteous and not humbled by creation. Yes you're human and that is amazing, but if you believe in the word of God "all men are created equal". So stop judging from your one way vanity mirror. It's hypocritical.
We are judged with everyone else. But God is not man...man claimed godliness...through self love. Riddled creation in humanity, as proof of Godliness. We are flesh and blood. Strong and sentient. We are within, and cannot claim the without.
wrong answer...I'm an atheist and "his" judgement like "god" doesn't exist either, sorry.
Ha! so arrogant. There's lots of stuff to believe in. Not just the sky fairy
What's God? Everyone goes on about this God thing, what is it?
Sorry I still have no idea what you're talking about.
Nope, still don't know what a "God" is.
I don't know what you mean by "God" so simply saying "the God" doesn't help.
Real Answer : Make believe.
God to me is just a fictional character from a piece of ancient literature.
Why do people conclude that because one doesnt believe in gods, one doesnt believe in anything?
But god is not the same to even all believers. The god of my youth is obviously different than the one that you speak of, and the spiritual god of my uderstanding today, is quite different than both!
every knee shall bow and ever tongue shall confess in the God that they believe in or not. <br />
you are right, God is still God.
Thank you for showing how clever and nice believers are. :)
I'm not really getting you!
God should be important to a non-believer because as the declaration of independence states, " Under Nature's God", Just the words protect us all from the government taking us over.
Your answer is logically impossible. To the non-believer, the concept has no personal reference. To you, presumed believer, the concepts mean something that you hold as a personal belief. To the non-believer, the beliefs don't exist. So they are not the same for a non-believer. That you cannot accept this duality results in efforts like this self-answered question to promote your own personal view of the world as the only true view. For that, you are rejected.
When you pose a question and then type "Answer:" followed by some jibberish, you have answered the question. Stop trying to ignore the meaning of words - you lose even more credibility by doing so.
Ken and Jay are not authorities on anything.
Just because you don't believe in a god, does not mean you don't don't believe in anything. I believe in myself and the people who are close to me, for me that's enough. Good does not have to be god.
True - nonexistent