タグ別アーカイブ: atheism

神の言葉

聖書は神の言葉を考えています. あなたは私のような無神論者であれば, あなたはすべての単語が男性から来ることを知っています. 神は言葉を持っていません. これは、これらの言葉を書いた男性についての興味深い問題を提起. 彼らはなぜ意味するものではなかったです (またはフラットアウトが言います) 彼らは神の言葉を発声していること?

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神 — A Personal Story

I want to wrap up this series on atheism with a personal story about the point in time where I started diverging from the concept of God. I was very young then, about five years old. I had lost a pencil. It had just slipped out of my schoolbag, which was nothing more than a plastic basket with open weaves and a handle. When I realized that I had lost the pencil, I was quite upset. I think I was worried that I would get a scolding for my carelessness. あなたが参照してください。, my family wasn’t rich. We were slightly better off than the households in our neighborhood, but quite poor by any global standards. The new pencil was, 私に, a prized possession.

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The Origins of Gods

The atheist-theist debate boils down to a simple question — Did humans discover God? または, did we invent Him? The difference between discovering and inventing is the similar to the one between believing and knowing. Theist believe that there was a God to be discovered. Atheists “知っている” that we humans invented the concept of God. Belief and knowledge differ only slightly — knowledge is merely a very very strong belief. A belief is considered knowledge when it fits in nicely with a larger worldview, which is very much like how a hypothesis in physics becomes a theory. While a theory (such as Quantum Mechanics, 例えば) is considered to be knowledge (or the way the physical world really is), it is best not to forget the its lowly origin as a mere hypothesis. My focus in this post is the possible origin of the God hypothesis.

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Atheism and Unreal God

The only recourse an atheist can have against this argument based on personal experience is that the believer is either is misrepresenting his experience or is mistaken about it. I am not willing to pursue that line of argument. I know that I am undermining my own stance here, but I would like to give the theist camp some more ammunition for this particular argument, and make it more formal.

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Atheism vs. God Experience

I have a reason for delaying this post on the fifth and last argument for God by Dr. William Lane Craig. It holds more potency than immediately obvious. While it is easy to write it off because it is a subjective, experiential argument, the lack of credence we attribute to subjectivity is in itself a result of our similarly subjective acceptance of what we consider objective reason and rationality. I hope that this point will become clearer as you read this post and the next one.

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Atheism and the Morality of the Godless

In the previous post, we considered the cosmological argument (that the Big Bang theory is an affirmation of a God) and a teleological argument (that the highly improbable fine-tuning of the universe proves the existence of intelligent creation). We saw that the cosmological argument is nothing more than an admission of our ignorance, although it may be presented in any number of fancy forms (such as the cause of the universe is an uncaused cause, which is God, 例えば). The teleological argument comes from a potentially wilful distortion of the anthropic principle. The next one that Dr. Craig puts forward is the origin of morality, which has no grounding if you assume that atheism is true.

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Atheism – Christian God, or Lack Thereof

教授. William Lane Craig is way more than a deist; he is certainly a theist. 実際には, he is more than that; he believes that God is as described in the scriptures of his flavor of Christianity. I am not an expert in that field, so I don’t know exactly what that flavor is. But the arguments he gave do not go much farther than the deism. He gave five arguments to prove that God exists, and he invited Hitchens to refute them. Hitchens did not; 少なくとも, not in an enumerated and sequential fashion I plan to do here.

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Atheism – Is There a God?

最近, I have been listening to some debates on atheism by Christopher Hitchens, as recommended by a friend. Although I agree with almost everything Hitchens says (said rather, because he is no longer with us), I find his tone bit too flippant and derisive for my taste, much like The God Delusion by Richard Dawkins. I am an atheist, as those who have been following my writings may know. Given that an overwhelming majority of people do believe in some sort of a supreme being, at times I feel kind of compelled to answer the question why I don’t believe in one.

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あなたは神を信じないでください?

私は一度この質問をするためにトラブルになった. 彼女はそれがあまりにも個人的であったことを感じたので、私は質問を人は怒った. だから私は、あなたが神を信じているかどうかを尋ねつもりはありません. 私に教えてください。 — 私はあなたを教えてくれます! 私も、この後の記事であなたの性格についてもう少し教えてくれます.

[OK]を, ここで取引がある. あなたは、以下のクイズを取る. それは終わってい 40 あなたの習慣や癖についての真偽の質問. あなたはそれらを回答したら, 私は、あなたが神を信じているかどうかを教えてくれる, もしそうであれば, どのくらい. あなたが言う後に飽きた場合 20 質問やそう, それは大丈夫です。, you can quit the quiz and get the Rate. しかし、多くの質問はあなたが答える, あなたの信仰についてのより正確な私の推測では、になるだろう.


Once you have your Score (または Rate, あなたがクイズを終了しなかった場合), それに対応するボタンをクリックしてください.

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その仕組みはこの通りです。. 私たちの脳で起こっ分業がある, 脳機能の半球専門理論によれば. この理論では、, 脳の左半球は論理的で分析的思考の起源と考えられている, と右半球は創造的で直感的な思考の原点です. いわゆる左脳者は、線形であると考えられている, 論理的な, 分析, そして感情的; 及び右側脳が人は、空間であると考えられている, クリエイティブ, 神秘主義の, 直感的な, と感情.

半球の専門この概念は興味深い問題を提起: 無神論論理半球に関連している? 無神論者はあまり感情的である? 私はそう思う, このテストは、その信念に基づいています. あなたがあるかどうかをクイズ·テスト “左脳の” 人. あなたが高得点をした場合, あなたの左脳が支配的である, あなたが直感的または創造よりも分析的で論理的である可能性が高い. そして, 私の推測によれば, あなたは無神論者である可能性が高い. それはあなたのために働くんでした?

よく, それはしませんでした場合でも、, 今あなたは、分析や直観的であるかどうかを知っている. それが働いどのように私が知っているようにコメントを残してください.

[この投稿は、私の本から編集抜粋です アンリアル·ユニバース]

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