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The saddest part is I have talked to people who legitimately put forth the argument in tile one like it means something and then continue to argue it even after it is pointed out how ridiculous it is.
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Sometimes it’s tough being part of the sane half, but sometimes it is worth it.
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This is something good for non-believers and Atheists to keep in mind as well. Never be afraid to challenge yourself and never be afraid to listen to the other side when it is worth while. I don’t jump on every piece of religious garbage I have recommended to me but I love reading well thought out, educated, and well written ideas from believers as well. If you stop challenging yourself, you stop growing mentally.
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Just got done watching a video of this debate over on YouTube. George Pell ended up looking like a fool most of the debate in my opinion. Video available here for anyone that may be interested.
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So pulling out an idea that has been out there for a while to get people’s opinions on it. It was originally put forward by Richard Dawkin in The God Delusion. The idea of an anti-Pascal’s wager:
Suppose we grant that there is indeed some small chance that God exists. Nevertheless, it could be said that you will lead a better, fuller life if you bet on his not existing, than if you bet on his existing and therefore squander your precious time on worshiping him, sacrificing to him, fighting and dying for him, etc.
Just wanted to put it out there to see what people’s opinions on it are, any thoughts?
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