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View Poll Results: What Religion Do You Practice/Not Practice and Why?

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  • I'm an atheist

    36 27.48%
  • I'm agnostic

    25 19.08%
  • Buddhism

    6 4.58%
  • Hinduism

    1 0.76%
  • Islam

    2 1.53%
  • Christianity

    39 29.77%
  • Other

    22 16.79%
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  1. #341
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    3 or 4. So in that case, probably 3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    Vaguely. I don't remember having much trouble with the one I used briefly.
    I grew up with that sound. So much so that I almost felt like I began to understand it to some degree.

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    I am agnostic...I have issues with church and religion which cause me to not be religious. That is separate from God though...one is man...the other is well....god. so I am up in air about god. Someone asked me what I do since I am pretty much undecided. I live my life the way I believe it should be lived and do my best. If I am not accepted for that then I don't want to walk with God anyway. I guess I put stipulations on god, he better be a God to me or he is not a God in my eyes. Strange, but how I think. I judge on who he is, not what he does for me. I don't do vengeful, judgemental, etc. If he doesn't accept gay,bi, lesbian, trans then i will find a new god. If he holds piddly stuff above murder, etc. he is not my god. I refuse to follow what I don't believe. I am not even gay, bi,lesbian, or trans, but believe people shouldn't be judged on the piddly crap of the world. Friendliness, etc. Should matter more then sexual preference of anything like that.
    Im out, its been fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by sprinkles View Post
    I grew up with that sound. So much so that I almost felt like I began to understand it to some degree.
    Me too. Makes me nostalgic.

    This was past the heyday of that noise, but I remember getting into very heated debates around 2002 - 2004. The experience helped shape me, and for the better, I think.
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    How are people defining "God" exactly? Though I said I was an impartial 4, I am more inclined towards Atheism if the God mentioned is similar to the one in any religious text or script. If it's just a general, Supreme Force that put the universe into play... then as I said before, I abstain.

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    3.5, probably. Then again, I don't think scientifically God can ever really be proven. It's just a matter of what you want to believe. As long as you're not hurting anyone, do whatever the hell you want. So, I really hate people who harm others in the name of religion. Live your life with your faith. If you want to share it with others, do so in a respectful manner. Meaning, if the person doesn't want to hear you talk about your faith, then quit talking about it with them. Be respectful.

    I hate Christians who shit on atheists. I hate atheists who shit on Christians. Just live and let live. You know?
    Yet I know, if I stepped aside
    Released the controls, you would open my eyes
    That somehow, all of this mess
    Is just my attempt to know the worth of my life
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    I'm Christian, agnostic at times - but I think that's very normal for every religious person. It's important to let go of yourself, to realize that not everything you feel like doing is what's best for you. Getting in touch with Christianity and those who adhere to it helped me understand this, and I think overall it's turned me into a healthier person. It's a shame about the fear of religion in modern society, of course there are those who misuse it... But it's really only about love, and the concept of love is very forgotten these days.
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    To avoid criticism, do nothing, say nothing, be nothing.
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    Music provides one of the clearest examples of a much deeper relation between mathematics and human experience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phobik View Post
    Fartology, becuz relief from pain
    The big bang may have been more of a 'fart' from an older universe, rather than a bang.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Noll View Post
    I'm Christian, agnostic at times - but I think that's very normal for every religious person. It's important to let go of yourself, to realize that not everything you feel like doing is what's best for you. Getting in touch with Christianity and those who adhere to it helped me understand this, and I think overall it's turned me into a healthier person. It's a shame about the fear of religion in modern society, of course there are those who misuse it... But it's really only about love, and the concept of love is very forgotten these days.
    Yes, I don't have a fear of religion itself, but I do have a fear of what people do in the name of religion. To me, religion is a collection of stories that many, many people take much too seriously.

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