Can God FIX CLIMATE CHANGE?

Some religious people say that God will fix climate change, I guess in the same way he's fixed poverty, disease, sexism, and bigotry.

Because, correct me if I'm wrong, instead of wanting to fix climate change, God seems more into sending plagues, droughts, and, well, the things that seem to come as a result of climate change.

Basically, I'm not sure God is on our side...

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Cheers,
Linda
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Is It BAD To Be An ANGRY ATHEIST?

I seriously don't see how the term "angry atheist" is an insult.

Surely it would be worse NOT to be angry about things like the church being anti-gay? Which has always seemed like an odd position for the church to take because, if we really have been made in God's image and there are people who are gay, then this means that God MUST be bisexual.

Oh well, maybe God just hasn't had the courage to come out of the closet yet...

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Linda
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Are Religious People Just SCARED OF DYING?

When faced with atheism, I suspect most religious people aren't scared that there's no god. Instead they're scared that they're going to die.

Because cheating death by doing good deeds (or doing the things that your god wants you to do, which, given the Bible's cutting edge views on slavery and women's rights may not actually be good) does seem to be one of the major things that religion promises in order to get you to give up this life for the empty promise of another...

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Linda
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Should Religion Have to PROVE God Is Real?

How come religion expects scientific proof for anything that conflicts with a belief in god, but won't provide scientific evidence that their god exists?

Because if you're living your life by the rules and regulations of a particular deity, then you should be more concerned with discovering if there was any scientific proof for YOUR god, particularly when things like eternal hell fire are apparently on the line if you accidentally follow the wrong "all loving" super being...

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Cheers,
Linda
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Should We THANK KEN HAM For The Ark Encounter?

If Noah's Ark really was built by one 600 year old man and his family, how come Ken Ham needed high tech equipment and a huge construction crew to build his replica?

Also, how brutal (and disappointing!) is it to take your kids to a theme park that teaches them that god drowned almost everybody, yes even people like Mummy and Daddy, without any compassion or remorse, and that if you don't do exactly what god says he might do it all again?

But are we looking at this in the wrong way? Are there some positive things happening with the Ark Encounter, and should we actually be thanking Ken for it...

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Cheers,
Linda
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