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Morals are different in every society and change over time as peoples values and views change. Though atheists can have good morals, their principles may change over time. Instead of following what is going on in our society, having faith in God and his ways
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The agnostic argues that, unless you are omniscient, you cannot say for sure that there are no gods. However, the Atheist believes there are no gods, and most atheists are quite certain. How can the Atheist say there are no gods, without claiming
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In order to defend the Christian faith, one must obviously start with the premise that there is a God! Although this sounds elementary, it is extremely important, because an individual with an atheistic world-view will be unpersuaded by the objective
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. Encyclopedia Americana He attempted to refute the widespread rumors circulated by the pagans who stated Christians were atheist, cannibals and incestuous indivuals.
In the opening of his speech Athenagoras of Athens speaks of the [Injustice Shown Towards
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, and on the other hand the atheistic existentialists. Many unfamiliar with the subject people associate existentialism with atheism, but they are wrong. Sartre, which we place among atheists, stresses that central concern of philosophy is human existence. He says
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in the bible and holy books or simply that the Christian god does not exist. There is a possibility that perhaps god rewards being questioning like an atheist and punishes people who believe devoutly in god. Another complicated theory is that maybe god does not even
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of this question, we find nothing but inconclusive evidence for both the fact that God does, or does not exist. Neither theists nor atheists can derive a strong enough argument or statement about God to prove, or disprove Gods existence.
First, we must understand some
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does. But I can provide a few theories. The theory that god predestined some to be saved and some to be damned is a very prominent one among the atheistic community and yet at the same time also involved within the Christian and catholic religions as well
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to say Marx was an Atheist (from the Greek a "without" and theos "deity",) which commonly and loosely refers to denial of the existence of a higher power. The meaning of atheism has varied considerably in history: even the earliest Christians were labeled
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" in the Psalms, he must therefore understand what he hears , and what he understands in his language by the term "God". Therefore, if he knows what God is, God must exist as it is impossible to know what something is if it does not exist. The atheist, as Anselm points
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