Should I be a christianity or an atheism?
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Depends on if you want hope and the peace of mind that comes with it or the total obliteration of it.
The very fact that your main reason for believing something is based solely on how it makes you feel proves that you don't care about truth at all. What makes you think objective reality cares how it makes you feel? The difference between spirituality and atheism is that atheists look at the world and make judgements based on what they observe and spiritual/religious people just look for things that make them feel warm and fuzzy or that reinforce the confirmation bias that was hammered into their brain from childhood.
No. The difference is I'm open to multiple possibilities. You don't possess this ability because you're a Marxist, religious hack.
I accept the possibility of Jesus because you look around at the world, and he called it. Marx called the future, and it was the opposite of reality.
The difference between spirituality and atheism is that atheists look at the world and make judgements based on what they observe
Right. That's why I keep providing you the link to my site, and you ignore it like the plague.
So lets look at the ramifications of your choice.
If you choose Atheism, your future holds nothing more than death. You will try to squeeze all sorts of vices into these few years of life, searching for fulfillment and that elusive happiness.
But with every vice whether it be cigarettes, alcohol, drugs, sex, etc, there will consequences. There might be problems of addictions, health problems, unplanned children, divorce, alimony, etc.
You will have a greater fear of illness, thinking that this might be the end of you.
If you choose Christianity, you will have moral guidelines helping to keep you from so many problems in life. You will live with the peace and hope of a wonderful future for you and your loved ones. You will enjoy the love of a close family, and all the wonderful pleasures that comes with it.
Deaths of loved ones will be more bearable with the hopes of one day seeing them again.
So lets say you lived your life as a Christian, and there is no God? What did you lose? You still had a wonderful life, free from many of the problems created from immoral lifestyles, free from the depression of an empty life with no hope for a better future.
If you choose Atheism, you can live it up for a short time, finding that with immoral lifestyles comes many problems with little hope of a better life in the future. As we separate God from our nation, the suicide rate is exploding. Suicide is the direct result of the lack of hope to a better future.
If you choose Atheism, and there is a God, you chose an empty life and an eternity of emptiness. Its a lose lose choice.
If you choose Atheism, your future holds nothing more than death
Yeah death sucks and all but why would anyone just assume that reality has to make you feel warm and fuzzy inside rather than just being the cruel brutal thing that it observably actually is, full of unnecessary suffering.
But with every vice whether it be cigarettes, alcohol, drugs, sex, etc
Not only are these things not universal among atheists by any means, but they are totally irrelevant. Again, why do christians assume reality has to conform to what makes them feel good or reinforces their moral sensibilities? It's because you aren't looking for answers and truth, you are just asserting what you want to be true.
If you choose Christianity, you will have moral guidelines
But what if objective reality has nothing to do with morality and it's up to humans to figure out how to act morally? These aren't arguments based in reality, they are arguments based in social constructs and warm fuzzy feelings.
We've had centuries of evidence that proves a Christian life leads to far fewer problems. Please spare us all the statistics on people identifying as Christians while ignoring most of God's word.
As Progressives have censored God from our public, there are record numbers of broken homes, record suicides, etc. etc.
You are denying obvious reality and therefore a waste of time to debate. Reality looks at the obvious evidence and drawing obvious conclusions.
Our culture is not improving as we separate God from public. It is getting much worse.
If reality doesn't make you happy then simply pretend you are living in a different one.
The problem with that idea is that no matter what you think, it’s not going to affect the world around you. You can pretend that everything is going all right when in fact it’s not. There is no, “other reality,” there’s only one reality and one truth, whatever it may be.
What you and most of the world fails to admit is that if Christianity is true, the choice a person makes will determine his eternity.
I agree. All of our choices determine our eternity.
What makes a person happiest means nothing if it is only for 70 years of life verses eternity.
For a person to truly believe in something they must decide for themselves. Being forced to choose one or another may not be good enough especially when either option isn't the best for them. I could tell him he must be Christian but what good does that do if he doesn't truly believe and is just doing what he's told?