Would you atheists prefer that there was an "Afterlife"?

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Posted by Annoyed Liberall
  9,642 11 Jan 2017, 10:47 am

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I think there are many afterlives and many lives we have lived before this one.
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  9,642 11 Jan 2017, 11:19 am

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charles.thompson » 11 Jan 2017 10:16 am wrote:
well i guess it would be nice if there was a nice afterlife, and i guess it would be bad if there was a bad afterlife. I have no desire to believe anything at all...i believe things that seem probable and I dont believe things that seem improbable. A lot of truths are quite horrible, and thats just how truth is. The only desire i have at all regarding truth is that i want my beliefs to be as close to truth as possible.

I feel sorry for you.
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  9,642 11 Jan 2017, 11:34 am

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Cannonpointer » 11 Jan 2017 10:21 am wrote:
Annoyed Liberall » 11 Jan 2017 10:19 am wrote:
I feel sorry for you.
Why?

I haven't tracked him down yet. :ninja:

Because of his closed mind. I am going to do a pendulum session for him.
I will ask his higher self to join with my higher self to cleanse the bad energy and allow him to open his mind.
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Posted by Annoyed Liberall
  9,642 11 Jan 2017, 11:44 am

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Cannonpointer » 11 Jan 2017 10:37 am wrote:
Annoyed Liberall » 11 Jan 2017 10:34 am wrote:
Because of his closed mind. I am going to do a pendulum session for him.
I will ask his higher self to join with my higher self to cleanse the bad energy and allow him to open his mind.
Imo kick his higher self in the lower parts. :ninja:

That too...
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Posted by Annoyed Liberall
  9,642 11 Jan 2017, 4:22 pm

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charles.thompson » 11 Jan 2017 3:15 pm wrote:
Cannonpointer » 11 Jan 2017 2:47 pm wrote:
charles.thompson » 11 Jan 2017 11:18 am wrote:
consciousness is an emergent property. This is like asking what part of a piano a chopin nocturne is stored.

Im sure you dont recall any memories before your birth. Thats because your consciousness did not exist yet. I dont see why it seems to be difficult for you to imagine a state that you have already basically 'experienced'.
Well, now - that's a load of crap from facts not in evidence.

You have no more knowledge of the pre-life than you do of the after-life, yet you live in a sad pretense that you do.

My only thesis is that I am more than meat - and that when the energy we call "life" leaves my body, energy does not - as you impute - simply cease to exist.


I fully support the pragmatic notion that some humans probably require religion for them to act civilized. I have no issue with that.

Who is requiring religion?
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Cannonpointer » 11 Jan 2017 3:30 pm wrote:
Annoyed Liberall » 11 Jan 2017 3:22 pm wrote:
Who is requiring religion?
He is. It's what his arguments, provided by others more clever than himself, are geared to address.

When someone confutes his talking points WITHOUT advancing any religious view, he becomes like an adolescent making his first reach for boob - a tad awkward, a tad unschooled.

He made a real mess of trying to confront me as if i were making an alter call for Jesus, or trying to convert him to Islam. Poor kid - the cool kids don't prepare ya for a man with a cannon.

He's new. He may learn.
If not, well..... :ninja:

You know how these young kids are.
Think they know everything.
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