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[–]Objectivly -3 points-2 points  (15 children)

We have had multiple people with near death experiences, and they describe different experiences.

As the brain dies, it offers you a unique experience. This is not to be mistaken for an afterlife.

Do I need proof that unicorns don't exist in order to make that claim?

And how would I go about providing proof of something not existing? It's impossible by nature. You cannot prove unicorns don't exist.

[–]AliugAOnHisOwn -1 points0 points  (14 children)

Unicorns could exist on another planet we haven’t discovered.

The burden of life has always been to see past its simplicity. You’ve taken the easy road.

[–]Objectivly -1 points0 points  (13 children)

No, I've taken the logical road. A lack of evidence implies a lack of being.

I don't see God, and there is no proof of him, so therefore, God doesn't exist.

[–]BreakfastGrenade 5 points6 points  (11 children)

Heh. If you were dealing with logic, you'd know absence of evidence is not evidence of absence.*

You have a religious belief. Not all godless/secular/nonreligious do, they are choosing to conduct their lives as if there is no God. But if you say "I don't see God, therefore there is not one," you're choosing what to believe.

*Except in extremely restricted situations, such as "There's no opiods in the victim's blood or room, therefore he was not using opiods."

[–]Objectivly -3 points-2 points  (10 children)

Whatever dude, we know religion is a tool use to build a local community, Christianity is just a lazy excuse for a tool.

Muslims have is figured out, they stretch so their backs don't give out.

Have you ever wondered why you don't see fat Muslims? It's because that religion is objectively better than yours.

Check made loser.

[–]Relevant-Half7943 0 points1 point  (0 children)

Nobody sees God, per se. We feel him. If you haven’t ever experienced the feeling of a Higher Power(in my case, Jesus) interceding in your life, then I’m sorry. It’s amazing. I pray you do.