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Started this discussion. Last reply by Jim Minion Jun 25, 2011. 5 Replies

hi I have been a member of Think Athiest for some time now but i haven't really posted very much. \i would like to get involved much more so I will try posting moe in different places. I hope to…Continue

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Started this discussion. Last reply by Doug Reardon Oct 25, 2009. 9 Replies

hi, my name is Andy and i joined here rcently but forgot to introduce myself. Sorry. i'm 27 years old and have always had a lot of questions about faith. i have never really believed but i have tried…Continue

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Atheist
Age
25-30
Why are you here?
I have always been sceptical about religion and the power it wields over people. I think now is the time for people to take back the power that we have given to these fairy tale institutions.
The religion you left
Christian
Why you left your religion.
My religion was one that was instilled into me at school but always just seemed to be an easy set of answers for some very complex issues. Once I started to really think about the issues talked about the idea of a god became more and more improbable to me.
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A Thinking God

Posted on June 25, 2011 at 8:00am 2 Comments

What if there is actually a god? Not the god from the Bible or Koran but a thinking God. A creator who doesn’t just reward someone for doing what He says but for using the gifts that He gave them, their free will, intelligence and their own sense of right and wrong. Imagine if this thinking god had decided that a test was needed to try to sort out the innately good from the others in the world. Thus deciding who it was that really deserved the reward of paradise.

It is quite plain to…

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