Can atheism be viewed as an advanced form of carefully non-idolatorus monotheism (or monism)
Why can't the universe have come from nothing? Why do you insist there had to be a God?
In my previous question you beautifully pointed it out yet missed it: Jesus says I have lost NONE and also (same context) lost ONE. Math contradiction, is it N/ONE?
Where will you go when you die? Can you be certain of your personal final destination? How do you know?
Do you think that education is the solution? In other words, would people agree with your view if they just had more knowledge? Is the problem basically one of ignorance?
Answers: Atheist, Christian
If EVERYTHING in the Bible is Gospel truth, then which is true? John Ch.18 V.9 or John Ch.17 V.12?
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