- Sep 20, 2010
My thoughts exactly.I am an agnostic atheist:
I do not personally believe in the existence of a god, nor do I think that satisfactory proof or disproof of his existence can be found.
If gods existence was proven tomorrow, I do not think it would change the way I live my life.
I do not judge people on their religions, but I do sometime judge people one what they do in life and justify with their religion.
I think there are a pretty universal set of morals that it would be nice if people had, but at the end of the day people should just do what makes them happy.
Pantheism, "religion" believed by many theoretical physicists.Can't change my option now, but after a lot of thinking over the past few months I've decided I see God as less of an actual person and more the world around us and an energy within us - pantheistic, I think the word is?
Plz... All those child molesters. The religion isn't wrong but some of the people are.I consider myself Catholic, but over the last couple of years I've started to tell people who ask that I'm an agnostic atheist instead. I changed to a public school a couple of years ago and people would always ask why did I wear a cross around my neck. Then they would give me weird looks and tell me that religion is a load of bull and basically how it was all wrong. I got very sick of people telling me off about my personal beliefs, so it's less drama to just tell them I'm an agnostic atheist. People often complain about people trying to force their religious beliefs on them, but I've found just as many people trying to tell me off about my personal beliefs. As far as I'm concerned people can think whatever they want as long as they don't be a jerk about it.