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Just read about a girl in a campus Atheist club who said "very few people know we exist."
Funny, that's exactly what God says.
I wonder what they do at their meetings? Convince one another of their non beliefs?
If they fund raise, what do they do with "In God We Trust" engraved on bills?
I hope they give them back.
I wonder if they proselytize? Pass out flyers on corners? Baptize? Preach? Take up collections at their meetings.
Have they ever read Camus, Sartre?
There's still the old argument that the chances that life is just one big accident are as good as tossing a boxful of nuts and bolts into the air and having them fall to the ground as a 747.
I Read a billboard once that read: "I'd rather believe in Hell and be wrong than not believe in Hell and be wrong."
We really don't have much to lose if we lived our life believing in a God that doesn't exist. We just might have lived better lives, who knows?
But we would have missed a lot of parties....
I've always wondered if there is any difference is in asking "Do you believe in God?" or "Do you believe in a God?"