Do you believe that after the world goes to an end, there will be a judgement day? And all of us will be questioned for our deeds?

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Frederick Fisk Profile
Frederick Fisk answered

Just for the record - No, I don't.

Darik Majoren Profile
Darik Majoren answered

No, that sounds like something "Man" would make up . . . Is it?

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Tom  Jackson
Tom Jackson commented
@Dark Majinn

There are difficulties involved in running tests involving a Being who is not detectable by the senses and who may or may not choose to act in ways that are detectable by the senses.

In science, you shoulder the burden of proof to sustain your hypothesis, whatever it happens to be.

Of course that does negate the typical position of atheists that theists have to prove their conclusions.

We don't; and your constant claims that we do simply become distractions to the discussions.

Such claims are automatically filtered and dismissed by those of us to who basic perceptions come more quickly.

So, if you disagree with an assertion by theist on here, be prepared to prove your contrary assertion.

Otherwise, it has the same status as any opinion about anything on here---it's what the person stating it thinks to be true.
Darik Majoren
Darik Majoren commented
"So, if you disagree with an assertion by theist on here, be prepared to prove your contrary assertion." - nice try.
There is no need to prove a Supernatural claim. This is considered an argument from ignorance. It is the same logic one would use to claim the existence of Leprechauns. Some one would claim they do exist, a reasonable man would say "Prove it." then the other tries the old "Prove they DON'T exist." . . .

Why in the world are you looking for through my stuff that is 5 months old?
"Of course that does negate the typical position of atheists that theists have to prove their conclusions.

We don't; and your constant claims that we do simply become distractions to the discussions." - Wrong . . you do have to prove it once you bring it to a public forum where you claim God is part of man's natural world. You want to claim God was the creator of this world and everything in it . . prove it. The Extraordinary claim requires extra ordinary proof . . .
Darik Majoren
Darik Majoren commented
"Such claims are automatically filtered and dismissed by those of us to who basic perceptions come more quickly." - It's not Basic perceptions, its indoctrinated core beliefs that allow you to engage in Faith.

A question was asked, I answered from my worldview, then the asker rebutted supernatural claim to the contrary . . . They easily could have let my answer just as it was, but they chose to engage.
Megan goodgirl Profile
Megan goodgirl answered

No.

Charles Davis Profile
Charles Davis answered

Some day, a few million years in the future the Earth will come to an end, I would hope mankind has found a way to move on from this planet to others and continue on. But it will not be in our lifetime or that of our immediate children, but a our multi-times over great grand children. There have been 5 mass extinctions in the past but it didn't bring the world to an end, there maybe more in the future, but we are intelligent enough that our species should survive and move on. There is no judgement day, there is no morality check, it's just us as a human species.

Twallgirl Wallace Profile

Many think that one by  one, billions of souls will be brought before the throne of God and judgement will be passed on each individual. Where some will be rewarded with heavenly bliss while others will be condemned to eternal torment.  The bible  however paints a different picture of this time period.  God's word portrays it as, not as a terrifying time,but a time of hope and restoration..

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