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reasonwithme
Apr 30 2008
correcting hubris assumptions

i hate when i get asked "do you believe in god?" or "why don't you believe in god?", etc. the question is implying that a god exists and that i'm refusing to accept the existence of that god....furthermore, its assuming there is only one god and that it is their god. the question should go "why don't you believe in a god?" or "do you believe in the possibility of a god or gods?". i think secular individuals should correct those who ask the aforementioned questions when being interrogated.

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