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Liam Strain replied to Christopher Moore's discussion God - to rebel or not to rebel. in the group Gentlemen Atheists
"I do not think that "always rebel against authority - no matter who, what they ask of you, or their power over you" is a good policy.    It may actually be that obeying IS the best way. Doing it your way is irrelevant if it does…"
Jan 27, 2013
Daniel replied to Christopher Moore's discussion God - to rebel or not to rebel. in the group Gentlemen Atheists
"I would want to know all I could about this God before I made any decision on whether or not to rebel against it/him/her.   If in FACT God existed and if in FACT he would send me to hell forever, for whatever reason, good or evil, I would avoid…"
Jan 27, 2013
Christopher Moore replied to Christopher Moore's discussion God - to rebel or not to rebel. in the group Gentlemen Atheists
"I totally agree with you its not unmanly to seek advice but there is huge difference between asking for advice and worship."
Jan 4, 2012
Chuck Bridges replied to Christopher Moore's discussion God - to rebel or not to rebel. in the group Gentlemen Atheists
"the christian appologists i've read have countered the "god doesn't need worship" line by saying of course he doesn't; we do.  i don't buy that, though it is neat to feel something larger than oneself. something…"
Jan 4, 2012
Christopher Moore replied to Christopher Moore's discussion God - to rebel or not to rebel. in the group Gentlemen Atheists
"no you misunderstand my point. I don't mean deny or reject the existence of god as in deny the fact that, he is. I mean to say if a god exists fine accept that but reject his authority over (sorry I didn't make that clear) us even if its…"
Dec 30, 2011
Liam Strain replied to Christopher Moore's discussion God - to rebel or not to rebel. in the group Gentlemen Atheists
"I guess my point is two fold. 1. If it is demonstrated that there actually is a god, rejecting him outright, without knowing what, if anything he wants from us, is foolish. For one, he could want you to reject him. Hitchens was talking about living…"
Dec 30, 2011
Christopher Moore replied to Christopher Moore's discussion God - to rebel or not to rebel. in the group Gentlemen Atheists
"through knowing a perfect being it is possible to use its example as a measuring stick to judge ones self, I'll grant that. However, i'm sure you'll agree that doesn't make one worth of worship. I don't know who said it but…"
Dec 30, 2011
Christopher Moore replied to Christopher Moore's discussion God - to rebel or not to rebel. in the group Gentlemen Atheists
""without specific instances of what god and what rules we would be rebelling against, such advice is meaningless. " My point is it doesn't matter what god or what rules existed, having big brother always there is the problem. As…"
Dec 30, 2011
Chuck Bridges replied to Christopher Moore's discussion God - to rebel or not to rebel. in the group Gentlemen Atheists
"“Live a good life. If there are gods and they are just, then they will not care how devout you have been, but will welcome you based on the virtues you have lived by. If there are gods, but unjust, then you should not want to worship them. If…"
Dec 30, 2011
Liam Strain replied to Christopher Moore's discussion God - to rebel or not to rebel. in the group Gentlemen Atheists
"The assumption that "doing things on your own" or rebelling as learning mechanism, as the only path to knowledge, growth, manliness, doesn't seem that well supported to me. It is one path, certainly... but not the only one, and not…"
Dec 30, 2011
Christopher Moore added a discussion to the group Gentlemen Atheists
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God - to rebel or not to rebel.

Greetings all, I have an thought (not original) that has been running around my head for a while. It involves the proper actions we (as humans) should take if in fact some deity does exist. If there is a god I propose that we, as thinking creatures with the desire to live our own lives, should reject that god. That is to say, if a god exists, we should say "thanks but no thanks". Despite how wonderful and benevolent or evil and capricious, we should tell this god we do not want nor require its…See More
Dec 30, 2011
Christopher Moore joined Leo Doom Occulta's group
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Gentlemen Atheists

A Group for Courteous Non-Believers
Dec 30, 2011
Christopher Moore joined Aaron Schnabel's group
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Browncoats

This is a group for all the Browncoats out there! This is a place to discuss Firefly, Serenity, and the ideals of personal freedom and responsibility.
Aug 30, 2011
Christopher Moore updated their profile photo
May 19, 2011
Christopher Moore is now a member of Art of Manliness
Apr 15, 2011

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