• Is it sad to say that you're "on R&S patrol"?

    Best answer: All depends why. R&S is 'patrolled' by a variety of people for different reasons. Some posts in R&S can often be a great source of amusement in witnessing theists making fools of themselves wallowing in their ignorance and spouting their idiotic statements based on their kindergarten thinking.
    Best answer: All depends why. R&S is 'patrolled' by a variety of people for different reasons. Some posts in R&S can often be a great source of amusement in witnessing theists making fools of themselves wallowing in their ignorance and spouting their idiotic statements based on their kindergarten thinking.
    10 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 4 weeks ago
  • Was Fred Hoyle theory about the time in the Universe and creation having no end?

    Best answer: Hoyle thought, as did many others at the time, that the universe was eternal and stable. He never accepted the big bang despite the overwhelming evidence. Indeed Einstein thought the universe was stable and so introduce an arbitrary term into his field equations to keep the universe stable even thought the equations said the universe had... show more
    Best answer: Hoyle thought, as did many others at the time, that the universe was eternal and stable. He never accepted the big bang despite the overwhelming evidence. Indeed Einstein thought the universe was stable and so introduce an arbitrary term into his field equations to keep the universe stable even thought the equations said the universe had to be either contacting or expanding. When the expansion was confirmed, he had to remove the arbitrary terms from the equations.
    3 answers · Astronomy & Space · 3 weeks ago
  • Are there any Christians who know the difference between an assertion and a fact?

    Best answer: Christians like all theists don't do facts because facts are based in the real world and religious belief isn't. Facts, like rational thinking, are utterly taboo for theists as all they can do is blindly believe, despite the facts.
    Best answer: Christians like all theists don't do facts because facts are based in the real world and religious belief isn't. Facts, like rational thinking, are utterly taboo for theists as all they can do is blindly believe, despite the facts.
    21 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 weeks ago
  • Would you say this article says what all of Trump supporters need to hear?

    Best answer: What Trump supporters need to hear is the voice of reason telling them they have made a dreadful mistake.
    Best answer: What Trump supporters need to hear is the voice of reason telling them they have made a dreadful mistake.
    13 answers · Politics · 4 weeks ago
  • Do Christians prey for peace?

    Best answer: They prey on the gullible.
    Best answer: They prey on the gullible.
    17 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 weeks ago
  • Let little children come to me!!! Will all kids go to heaven? Will Jesus give them toys?

    Best answer: I think we have had enough of religious figures enticing little children to them.
    Best answer: I think we have had enough of religious figures enticing little children to them.
    9 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 weeks ago
  • Is the Nag Hammadi Library as reliable as the Bible?

    Best answer: It could hardly be less reliable than the bible.
    Best answer: It could hardly be less reliable than the bible.
    8 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 weeks ago
  • Why do religious people believe in magical miracles?

    Best answer: Once you have abandoned living in the real world then there are no constraints on what you can believe. You have then severed contact with the real world and hence believing in magic is easy and the fact that it is absurd doesn't matter.
    Best answer: Once you have abandoned living in the real world then there are no constraints on what you can believe. You have then severed contact with the real world and hence believing in magic is easy and the fact that it is absurd doesn't matter.
    13 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 2 weeks ago
  • If religion is primitive to explain things that we once did not understand, then why does religion exist today's world?

    Best answer: It persists because it has been institutionalized both culturally and politically. Also, despite the obvious intellectual idiocy of religion it still has a powerful psychological appeal and many people are still prepared to abandon their personal integrity for the comfortable feeling of believing in a magic being that will provide them... show more
    Best answer: It persists because it has been institutionalized both culturally and politically. Also, despite the obvious intellectual idiocy of religion it still has a powerful psychological appeal and many people are still prepared to abandon their personal integrity for the comfortable feeling of believing in a magic being that will provide them with a happy-ever-after-retirement home. Religion is the triumph of psychology over reason.
    29 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 weeks ago
  • Why does the christian god seem less believable for each year that goes by?

    Best answer: Increasing education and information availability help expose the concept of god for the nonsense it is
    Best answer: Increasing education and information availability help expose the concept of god for the nonsense it is
    18 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 weeks ago
  • Can a professor use a specific religion in an assignment?

    Best answer: If you are in a Catholic school, then probably yes and you have my commiserations.
    Best answer: If you are in a Catholic school, then probably yes and you have my commiserations.
    24 answers · Higher Education (University +) · 3 weeks ago
  • Religious faith is believing in nonsense that has zero evidence. Why do Christians think religious faith is a virtue?

    Best answer: When you believe something for which there is no credible evidence whatsoever you have no other choice but to cop out and claim your belief is based on faith. It is a pitiful excuse which should shame anyone with even the slightest sense of self-respect.
    Best answer: When you believe something for which there is no credible evidence whatsoever you have no other choice but to cop out and claim your belief is based on faith. It is a pitiful excuse which should shame anyone with even the slightest sense of self-respect.
    19 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 weeks ago
  • Is it possible to make my sister sane again?

    Best answer: It is truly sad when someone loses rational control of their mind and succumbs to the kind of outright insanity as seems to have happened to your sister. She may grow out of it or she may be lost for life as it hard to tell in advance if the infection of her mind with delusional belief will be temporary or permanent. While she is in a... show more
    Best answer: It is truly sad when someone loses rational control of their mind and succumbs to the kind of outright insanity as seems to have happened to your sister. She may grow out of it or she may be lost for life as it hard to tell in advance if the infection of her mind with delusional belief will be temporary or permanent. While she is in a delusional state, like all theists, she will almost certainly reject any rational challenge to her lunacy so you will just have to stay calm and hope she eventually manages to reestablish contact with the real world.
    13 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 weeks ago
  • Did god have thoughts in the eternity before he magically made everything?

    Best answer: God was thinking isn't it weird that me being an unchanging perfect being all of a sudden has this thought about magicking a universe into existence.
    Best answer: God was thinking isn't it weird that me being an unchanging perfect being all of a sudden has this thought about magicking a universe into existence.
    20 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 weeks ago
  • Why do atheists deny holy bible was a leaked document that outlines god's justification for, and his attack plan of, the invasion of Earth?

    Best answer: I suspect it might be that atheists regard the bible as fake news.
    Best answer: I suspect it might be that atheists regard the bible as fake news.
    11 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 weeks ago
  • Has Fireball come? Suddenly, my questions are moving. It is a symptom that Devil returns.?

    Best answer: Questions are moved by sadly desperate theists who can't answer them so they try to make the questions disappear. Similar to the way theists try to make the real world disappear so they can live in their fantasy world.
    Best answer: Questions are moved by sadly desperate theists who can't answer them so they try to make the questions disappear. Similar to the way theists try to make the real world disappear so they can live in their fantasy world.
    8 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 weeks ago
  • Aside from the verse on water welling up to eternal life - any other verses on increasing faith?

    Best answer: Praying while facing Mecca five times a day seems to be effective.
    Best answer: Praying while facing Mecca five times a day seems to be effective.
    1 answer · Religion & Spirituality · 4 weeks ago
  • I think God lives in Sun that's why we can't see him?

    Best answer: god is just there temporarily to test the temperature so he will know how to make hell hot enough to ensure maximum suffering for all the people he will be torturing there
    Best answer: god is just there temporarily to test the temperature so he will know how to make hell hot enough to ensure maximum suffering for all the people he will be torturing there
    7 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 3 weeks ago
  • Biblical scholars have been debating scriptures for centuries. So how am I supposed to validate my beliefs if the experts cant agree?

    Best answer: You cannot validate theistic belief - if you could then theists wouldn't have to cop out by resorting to faith. Also, if it were even remotely possible to validate any of them, then whatever religion was validated would be the only one. That's why there are so many different belief cults because none of them can be validated so... show more
    Best answer: You cannot validate theistic belief - if you could then theists wouldn't have to cop out by resorting to faith. Also, if it were even remotely possible to validate any of them, then whatever religion was validated would be the only one. That's why there are so many different belief cults because none of them can be validated so people just wind up believing what indoctrination has been forced on them in their formative years.
    34 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 4 weeks ago
  • Hi God seekers? Keep it up. All the best!?

    Best answer: And god seekers, remember the most important thing - never let reality intrude upon your fantasy world.
    Best answer: And god seekers, remember the most important thing - never let reality intrude upon your fantasy world.
    2 answers · Religion & Spirituality · 4 weeks ago