Yea I don’t see anyone getting downvoted except the trolls who aren’t taking this thread seriously.
In fact everyone here got an upvote. Was there a karma bomber here recently?
 Didn’t see this:
On the first page, a lot of the posts with positive karma have been downvoted once. I don’t think anyone slipped, because it happened quite a few times.
Sounds like a karma bomber to me, not a case where everyone is being intolerant. Honestly if that was the case, we should all be arguing right now. Calm your tits
You guys should read this article. It’s an editorial (well, two editorials) about why religiousness in the US is declining, and I thought it was a really interesting read.
That really is an interesting read. Also the top comments to that article had some good points as well.
I noticed the number of commenters who expressed the same problem I have: Christians who did not stop being a Christian in the “aspire like Christ sense” but stopped being Christians in the “Conservative traditionalist” sense because one is now far removed from the other.
God exists by many names, he isn’t a person, the big bang happened, evolution happened, ghosts exist, life on other planets exist, parallel universes exist, there’s an afterlife, the afterlife is multiple alternate universes people go to depending on their morale, etc. I like to think that not one religion has the true idea of God, but that doesn’t mean he doesn’t exist. I when I mean “he,” I mean… something. I like to think of God as a web that holds all order. When a lining in the web is torn, something bad happens.
Actually I’ve had similar idea’s so if you are crazy, then you are not the only one. I.E: It’s possible that while no religion has the “right god”, all of them could be hinting at the same correct entity. Different cultures just interpret the entity differently. That’s the fun thing about religion; anyone’s guess is as good as anyone’s.
Also most Chistians look at the Big Bang theory and Evolution that way too: If that’s how things happened according to the evidence then that’s probably the way God did it. We don’t need to look at Abrahams 4000 year old legend as a literal transcription of events
Even that’s a misconception. Pretty much all of the Advice God macro’s are just that: playing on the usual stereotypes of the Bible held by people who obviously don’t read it.
But the way I see it, that’s what the Advice God macro was intended to do: make jokes about how the Bible is incorrectly interpreted by both sides rather than just mock the bible itself.
It’s still a hilarious macro.