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soffty

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Is it possible to defend humanity?
« on: January 02, 2013, 03:16:28 AM »
At a forum website, IsGodImaginary?, Christians debate with atheists. It makes me wonder if it is a requirement to be non-materialistic to establish equity in human behavior. This is my latest post:

If we were going to define humanity and our society, and wanted to assume a stance that was based on facts and truth, we would have to be extraterrestial. In fact, we would have to be interdimensional. Otherwise we would be unable to utilize sound judgment.

Humanity is willing to build its existence upon a planet of lies. Our history proves over and over that we cannot be trusted. We, ourselves, would not trust us. We assume a critical stance at any opportunity so we can lash out at anything that has the ability to throw truth in our direction.

We are so flawed that we seldom even care about our reality. We live our daily life with an automatically compromised definition. We are materialistic and we work to control perception. We want to control as much of society as we can and assume any advantage that allows us to benefit in a materialistic manner.

If a person does not like the ugly truth, and joins a religious club so they may employ the simplest method to oppose our unwanted reality, they are attacked by armchair quarterbacks that do nothing to help but criticize. They have empty words because they are living a lie.

An atheist who is critical is first, a materialistic success, and then a non believer in humanity. They believe in nothing, and oppose anything that shows where the actual truth lies...history, science, or fellowship. They focus on the simplest and weakest of oppositions...religion.

So, religion does not seek truth...it seeks equity in humanity. Atheism seeks to oppose the weakest opponent and denies any equity at all. No one is opening the door to reality, as both of these flawed human behaviors are limiting the amount of truth. And if a person comes along who has answers, both of these flawed human behaviors refuse to particpate.

What would you, the interdimensional extraterrestial, think of a world infected with lies and selfish desires, based on a materialistic lack of understanding? Might you wonder exactly how an intelligent lifeform could survive at all?

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Re: Is it possible to defend humanity?
« Reply #1 on: January 02, 2013, 10:43:29 PM »
We must remember that an atheist is only someone who doesn't believe in a god, for the simple reason that there is no prof that there is a god. Anything else that an atheist believes  in is personal, t has nothing to do with atheism.  Its the same as a Christian who believes in Jesus, they may also have other beliefs in whatever else, but these other beliefs have nothing to do with Christianity,  they are just personal beliefs.
Never become a Christian. If you want to become something, become a Christ. Never become a Buddhist. If you want to become something, become a Buddha.

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Re: Is it possible to defend humanity?
« Reply #2 on: January 06, 2013, 12:20:09 AM »
First you must define 'GOD'!!!
Humanity is at a crossroads--God as defined by the majority of religeons is simply an extension of human 'greed' 'power'!!
I believe in a Divine Spirit--God if you wish! But the divine spirit will teach us the lessons we must learn!
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Re: Is it possible to defend humanity?
« Reply #3 on: January 06, 2013, 12:36:29 AM »
We have been given the facts of life, and our purpose. Edgar Cayce proved that we have a soul.

Google Wade Welch Deal Or No Deal, and if you like that...Act Of Giving

Wade

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Re: Is it possible to defend humanity?
« Reply #4 on: May 10, 2013, 05:44:35 PM »
I think no!
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