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(Original post by edders)
youre not a very good jew then lol
Hey I go to synagogue once a week
I don't believe in God, but I do believe in traditions.
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i think the current answer is 'we dont know'
Or more specifically, the physicists don't know.
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Hey I go to synagogue once a week
I don't believe in God, but I do believe in traditions.
yeah on the website you gave the other day (jewfaq.com) it did say that many atheists consider themselves jewish as they share a common ancestry. btw do you know anyone who writes G-d? (apparently some jews do)
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(Original post by edders)
yeah on the website you gave the other day (jewfaq.com) it did say that many atheists consider themselves jewish as they share a common ancestry. btw do you know anyone who writes G-d? (apparently some jews do)
I do lol. I was just taught that way. I never used to, but for some reason I do now. :confused:
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There is a theory that our universe might not have been the first, there could have been infinite big bangs and big crunches our is just one more in the statistics, our universe is only a few billion years old but there could have been many more universes before ours. Although it dosent answer when was something created its at least another theory.
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The physics way of answering the question of how the Big bang occured is to use long words and scientific phrases no-one understands to confuse you into submission!
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(Original post by Lord Huntroyde)
The physics way of answering the question of how the Big bang occured is to use long words and scientific phrases no-one understands to confuse you into submission!
i.e. technical language.
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god is a name we humans gave to make it easier to deal with, the word god means different things to different ppl. i think what we call god is something beyond our mere human understanding. we were designed so that we could never understand what made us.
why would we be designed not to understand what created us(this is if we were created)?
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i think its weird say this "something" created "everything" every universe everything!what the hell created that?
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(Original post by darknessishope)
why would we be designed not to understand what created us(this is if we were created)?
Maybe, that's our aim, as humans to find out. It's the mystery in life.
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God has always existed and always will. He is infinite (according to Christians anyway)
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There's no point believing in God anyway, it's a waste of time.
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There's no point believing in God anyway, it's a waste of time.
Hmm.. so why do you go to a synagogue?
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There's no point believing in God anyway, it's a waste of time.
You wont be saying that when your in hell for not believing.
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You wont be saying that when your in hell for not believing.
If you go to hell you still wouldn't know if there was a heaven or not.
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did you know, 56% of Yanks still believe that God created the Earth in 7 days, 4000 years ago :rolleyes:
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You wont be saying that when your in hell for not believing.
Bloody God botherer
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Hmm.. so why do you go to a synagogue?
As I've said, tradition.

And the chances are God (if he exists) will send us all to Hell anyway; he does not seem to be particularly benevolent to me.

Anyway there's no point in belief - you might as well get on with your life.
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If you go to hell you still wouldn't know if there was a heaven or not.
Yes you would. Hell is full of fire and skeletons and run by Satan. Heaven is pretty and run by God. But I suppose somehow the fire and the skeletons could mean it is heaven.
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Yes you would. Hell is full of fire and skeletons and run by Satan. Heaven is pretty and run by God. But I suppose somehow the fire and the skeletons could mean it is heaven.
Yeah, whatever...you go on believing that.
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