Can there be good without God?
January 25, 2011





Can there be good without God?

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Micheal : April 18, 2012 02:12 pm
I believe that it is possible to be excellent without God but it is much more complicated and perhaps lonelier. Without a custom, every choice can be more complicated to create. Humanists have a right to their (non)beliefs but they forget out on the secret of lifestyle.
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John Sutton : February 18, 2011 01:56 pm
I can't believe I just wrote that incomprehensible rubbish!!
Dawn Gyles : February 09, 2011 03:37 am
Yes! Live today in today's society and accept; we are all different. Real proof of history is great. And science is ongoing, opening up our understanding of who we are and how we came about. We have better understanding than our ancestors had, why continue with their beliefs................? I don't, I'm a humanist.
Cantor Linda Shivers : January 31, 2011 07:41 am
I believe that it is possible to be good without God but it is much harder and perhaps lonelier. Without a tradition, every decision can be harder to make. Humanists have a right to their (non)beliefs but they miss out on the mystery of life. They miss out on the spiritual life that makes being human so much richer. Because I have a deep faith in God, I have deep faith that everything happens for a reason. This makes the difficulties of life easier to bear. Greg could say I'm delusional and I could say that he's blind to God's presence in the world but that would gets us both nowhere. We are both excercising our free will to have our own beliefs which is a good thing of itself.
Cantor Linda Shivers : January 31, 2011 07:40 am
I believe that it is possible to be good without God but it is much harder and perhaps lonelier. Without a tradition, every decision can be harder to make. Humanists have a right to their (non)beliefs but they miss out on the mystery of life. They miss out on the spiritual life that makes being human so much richer. Because I have a deep faith in God, I have deep faith that everything happens for a reason. This makes the difficulties of life easier to bear. Greg could say I'm delusional and I could say that he's blind to God's presence in the world but that would gets us both nowhere. We are both excercising our free will to have our own beliefs which is a good thing of itself.
Maurice : January 29, 2011 02:45 am
All it really comes down to is the ability to have empathy. I’m a solid atheist and have for many years have called myself a Humanist. With this I mean treating other people the way I would like to be treated. This also applies to animals and for that matter, the rest of the planet. I’ve never done any research on the topic, but till hearing your story, I thought I made up that word. (Humanist) If more individuals put themselves in other peoples shoes “mentally” this world would be a much better, safer and more caring place. Keep up the good work. Maurice
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