Is God really omniscient and omnipotent, knowing past, present, and future? If so, then you're just a puppet in a sad play, following a one-way path to the end. No wonder religion stifles scientific advancement - what's the point in being curious about the world, when the Bible has all the answers?

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Comment by Id Molotov on August 22, 2009 at 4:56am
There is a fallacy here. I happen to be an atheist, however I cannot stand for propaganda either way. I agree with what was said here, except: In this speech we are given only one option: if we are pre-destined we are automatically fatalists. Einstein said that time was a way for us to measure the universe, and that future, present, and past are are subjective. To say that if the future is known to someone (God) means that we should abandon all our efforts in life, is nonsense (fatalism). If god existed and he knew the future it wouldn't destroy our nature, our curiosity (but it may destroy free will).
Comment by Brandon Benkosky on August 21, 2009 at 8:02am
Well said, wish I could get my family to watch it.



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