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Why Would Anyone (in the right mind) Worship Satan?

Posted May 17, '13 at 6:34am

HahiHa

HahiHa

5,032 posts

Knight

Nobody will be bored in paradise as you can do anything you want and eat anything you want so i suggest you believe in Allah ,you may learn alot by reading islamic books and learn when judgment day is coming ....................................

Yeah well I suggest you start praying to Odin and die valiantly in battle so you end up in Valhalla where you can eat as much as you want and drink all the mead that you want and brawl as much as you want without dying, and you'll know the signs that tell us when Ragnaroek is coming.....

...phew, exhausting to write like that. I don't know how you stand that. Anyway, point is, just believing in something doesn't make it real.

Of course you could just adhere to the atheistic satanism and do whatever you want without caring much about being admitted to an afterlife or not (leading back on topic...)

 

Posted May 17, '13 at 8:43am

mbbs112

mbbs112

174 posts

hahiha havent you seen the movie The Polar Express? Believing is Seeing ..

 

Posted May 17, '13 at 9:33am

HahiHa

HahiHa

5,032 posts

Knight

hahiha havent you seen the movie The Polar Express? Believing is Seeing ..

It's a movie. A MOVIE. If I would believe in flying pink unicorns, that wouldn't make them real. (Honestly, if everything we believed in would exist, our world would be... I don't know... different..)

 

Posted May 17, '13 at 10:11am

pangtongshu

pangtongshu

8,594 posts

hahiha havent you seen the movie The Polar Express? Believing is Seeing ..

He say...while trying to preach to us...about a deity!

 

Posted May 17, '13 at 10:27am

HahiHa

HahiHa

5,032 posts

Knight

Well in some way, when you want to see something, you're prone to "see" it (meaning interpreting something into a situation where it isn't). Best example are still statistics. So it's not wrong. But it doesn't make it real.

 

Posted May 17, '13 at 10:37am

pangtongshu

pangtongshu

8,594 posts

Yeah..just realized I was reading it as its inverse saying "seeing is believing". Sorry..just woke up

Anyways...so believing is seeing. So believing in something..in your eyes mbbs112...makes it real? If so..you and I might have a problem, for I believe in Steve. That's right..I'm apart of Steve-ism. And in the Book of Steve, which consists of the holy words of Steve, it clearly states that anybody that believes in Yahweh/Allah/God/etc. will spend an eternity in Anti-SteveTown (think..hell).

I don't know about you..but I'd much rather spend my eternity in SteveTown.

Oh..yeah..and the Book of Steve also states that Steve-ism is free from Pascal's Wager..as it is the truth.

 

Posted May 17, '13 at 11:53am

EmperorPalpatine

EmperorPalpatine

4,977 posts

and drink all the mead that you want

mmmm... mead.

it clearly states that anybody that believes in Yahweh/Allah/God/etc. will spend an eternity in Anti-SteveTown

Cool, not going there! But is there something like purgatory for those who don't believe in Steve? Where do babies go? Will it take an active stance against Steve to send you to AST, or is a passive stance bad as well?

Steve-ism is free from Pascal's Wager..as it is the truth.

Well, PW is only acceptable if the scenario is already accepted as true, so it's not 'free' from it, but it's free from being wrong, depending on the phrasing of the accepted version.

 

Posted May 17, '13 at 12:00pm

EmperorPalpatine

EmperorPalpatine

4,977 posts

but it's free from being wrong

from being *internally wrong.

 

Posted May 17, '13 at 1:18pm

MageGrayWolf

MageGrayWolf

9,677 posts

Knight

If at that point you can never die, why eat? So you can literally make holy ****?

LOL, I don't think I could have come up with anything better.

hahiha havent you seen the movie The Polar Express? Believing is Seeing ..

That's called being self diluting.

 

Posted May 17, '13 at 10:33pm

infinight888

infinight888

41 posts

Nobody will be bored in paradise as you can do anything you want and eat anything you want so i suggest you believe in Allah

And even with omnipotence, you'll eventually become bored. I think most people who have played Scribblenauts would agree with this statement. At some point, you will have witnessed every possible combination of scenarios, Omnipotence will make it a bit longer, maybe. It could also have the opposite effect and remove any sense of achievement you would have otherwise gained. If you could snap your fingers and get anything, then everything is worthless. This was also my point about working. People are programmed with a desire to achieve something greater than what they have. If you give somebody everything, then there's no longer a goal to strive for. Omnipotence might be able to keep you entertained for an average human life span, but billions of years without something to strive for, without a purpose in life. Do you honestly think you wouldn't grow bored?

 
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