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Old 11.03.2017, 07:45 PM   #56
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Originally Posted by The Soup Nazi
Oyyyy... Come on. I didn't say rationality was optional; quite the opposite. In fact, the sanest among the religious will admit that their belief is irrational. Which puts them in an impossible predicament, but more power to 'em.

i had a priest admit to me in high school that there was no rational proof of god. he said that his faith was born not from reason but experience. that was an honest fucking priest.

the only rational position in this discussion as far as i can see is agnosticism. everyone else taking a position in this matter is “the faithful,” regardless of orientation.
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