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What kind of question is that, lol

His age.....SO I'll change the question:In what year did you born??

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Stuart

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I was born in the year 1996, I'm 15 o_o How old are you? Why did you ask? I feel offended.

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MstrMonopoly

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United Church of Monopoly?

I mean, I already worship myself. If anyone want to follow me, they're welcome to.Dues are 100m gp a year. In return you get my blessing.

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FunnyPirate

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I was born in the year 1996, I'm 15 o_o How old are you? Why did you ask? I feel offended.

Just to know, realy..... no problem don't be offended Im 14, I born in 1996 too...... xD

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I believe in proof basically. When someone has a theory they need to back it up.
I would actually feel uncomfortable knowing there is a higher being watching you at all times.
Some people believe God created the Big Bang, in that case, religion and science coincide.



I don't believe in humans having a soul, I believe that out body is just our body. It is run by our brain and the blood and oxygen which is pumped around our body
You get what I mean, do I have to go into further detail of how the body works?

no one can [ever] prove to someone else if there is a higher power until they die
So you're saying that when someone dies they find out if there is a higher being/God?
So when I die, I will somehow still exist in a spiritual, non-earthly form?
I believe death is just when the body can no longer function, it ceases to function in a way that provides human life so it dies.




religion is an explanation of why
''why'' is a question asked when there is a reason.
was there a reason for the world we know to be created?
religion immediately assumes there must be; and this goes back to how it started LOL



I agree. What I'm saying, though, is I'd rather have people going around saying that as opposed to "Science is a lie, God is an absolute truth! Convert or eat lead!"

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I've decided to go with agnostic Catholicism. In my opinion, agnosticism is the only practical viewpoint on religion.

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APOLLYON

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Im agnostic.I believe in a higher power, though the power may not necessarily be one power, and said power may not be a god.I believe in science, evolution, however i also support the theory of intelligent design.Religion in itself is neither good nor bad, however when you add human nature into it, it becomes corrupt.Many Religions thrived on recruiting more people by demonizing other religions, an example would be when the Christians would use imagery in their writings to depict the Devil/Satan they would present him with a large crooked nose which is a common characteristic of Israelis of Hebrew faith.

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Blakelington

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My friend showed me this. Interesting, to say the least. And if you need a good laugh...Blah blah blah

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Terravilla

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Im agnostic.I believe in a higher power, though the power may not necessarily be one power, and said power may not be a god.I believe in science, evolution, however i also support the theory of intelligent design.Religion in itself is neither good nor bad, however when you add human nature into it, it becomes corrupt.Many Religions thrived on recruiting more people by demonizing other religions, an example would be when the Christians would use imagery in their writings to depict the Devil/Satan they would present him with a large crooked nose which is a common characteristic of Israelis of Hebrew faith.

Err...you realize Christianity is a direct evolution of Judaism? Jesus Christ himself was a Jew, and the very first Christians were all Hebrew/Jews.

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Err...you realize Christianity is a direct evolution of Judaism? Jesus Christ himself was a Jew, and the very first Christians were all Hebrew/Jews.

You should travel back to the middle ages and tell that to the Catholic Church.

People often do things in the name of Christendom of which Christ would most likely disapprove.

Bill Maher said it best: "They're not followers of Christ... They're just fans."

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You should travel back to the middle ages and tell that to the Catholic Church.

People often do things in the name of Christendom of which Christ would most likely disapprove.

Bill Maher said it best: "They're not followers of Christ... They're just fans."

Derp. Yeah, the Crusades. The Catholic Church wasn't the brightest in the middle ages. But I'm not talking about the middle ages, I'm talking about now. And that still doesn't change the fact that Catholicism is directly related to Judaism...

I've been Catholic all my life, and I'm proud to say so.

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God said not to worship idols or images. Doesn't being a catholic include worshipping a picture of jesus/god or standing before a statue of him and praying to him?

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Terravilla

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God said not to worship idols or images. Doesn't being a catholic include worshipping a picture of jesus/god or standing before a statue of him and praying to him?

Um...no..And if you knew the bible at all, you'd see it says: "false idols." which means don't worship any other gods besides God himself. So if you wanted to kneel in front of a statue of Jesus and pray to God, there's absolutely nothing wrong with that.

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what about the pictures of mary? mary wasnt a god? doesnt that make her a false god when people pray to her.

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Im christian. Religion and ideal beliefs tends to cause alot of argueing. I dont go into specifics because of it.




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