Ok, that sounds good. Thanks for the discussion so far. But real quick, may I ask you this question: What is the inverse of the statement "I don't believe in God?" Seems there should be an inversely logical conclusion. "I don't believe in God; therefore, inversely, I do believe there is no god." I don't believe x; therefore, I believe in the opposite of x. It sounds like a mathematical equation because it is.


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Comment by Brian Pansky on September 17, 2011 at 12:19am

like, has anyone heard of agnosticism, for instance?

Comment by Artor on September 17, 2011 at 12:57am

@ Joseph B.

Isn't he? It's nice to see people concerned about all the captive big cats in zoos. All they ever get fed is dead animals. Providing them with some live game now & then keeps their reflexes honed.

Comment by Nathan Hevenstone on September 17, 2011 at 4:42pm

it's a pointless semantic debate that nobody really gives a shit about.

Except, of course, for the theists who insist on stereotyping us as a faith-based religion to make it easier for them to attack. I argue over the distinction because I do NOT have faith, I do NOT belong to a religion, and I absolutely HATE it when someone tries to tell me otherwise.

Comment by Gloria Stevens on September 17, 2011 at 9:44pm

@Eoganacht - Yeah, I was just having fun with this since I have studied mathematics and language and find them totally seperate. I couldn't help point out the disconnect.


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