|Re: cut to the chase...|
- Saturday, December 3 2011, 18:47:51 (UTC)|
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my point is that these "big questions" are foolish questions because no two people agree on them...it is beside the point if there is a god or not...or a first cause or not. What counts is what people are DOING to us with these beliefs. I don;t care if god exists or not...I care what someone who believes he exists DOES to me.
Okay man, I get it...
For simplicity purposes, I suggest we first define and narrow down the topic before we commence with the discussion. Regarding the existence of God, we can divide the debate into several topics and address each separately. For example:
I – The Cosmological Argument: (Aristotle and Aquinas).
II – The Problem of Evil: (If God exists, then He wouldn't allow evil to befall upon the innocent).
Regarding religion, we can divide the debate into several topics and address each separately regardless of the whether or not God exists. For example:
I – One religion versus the other.
II – Atheism versus all religions.
Same goes for any other subject. But let's resume the debate later...
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