ANSWERS: 28
  • Nope, because I'm atheist.
  • I doubt I'd change that much, but I would feel less guilty about enjoying myself in life (which is strange because I'm not even the partying type). My Christian upbringing taught me that any feeling stronger than an itch was sinful.
  • I don't think he does exist so I wouldn't do anything different
  • I would be more shocked if anyone and I mean anyone can prove god DOES exist and not by sprouting from the book written by men , but to answer your question ... no nothing would change in my life
  • Well, I'd be pretty depressed for awhile. Then I would probably stop praying and going to church (kinda silly if I learned without a doubt God wasn't there). Otherwise, I think I'd act the same. The morals of my religion pretty much boil down to treat other people they way you want to be treated, sounds like a good philosophy to live by.
  • I am just glad that we do not have that problem. But as a for instance I guess that there would be othing after deathand the world of satan would not exist here on earthand all would be dumb founded both ways.
  • If He did not exist, I don't believe I would be here. Do to I am one of His children.
  • IF , I kne FOR SURE .. that God did not exist ... I'd go to my sister's doorstep and shoot her right between the eyes .... with a shotgun . (She murdered my mother and got away with it in 2004 ..)
  • I would be exactly the same as I am now..:)
  • Probably be a lot crazier.
  • it wouldn't be news to me, i've known this for a long time. Now if your saying there was PROOF that he didn't exist, i would have all religion stricken from our laws and policies, and the bible would one again be the fairy tale story it's supposed to be.
  • ...well if he didnt exist, neither would I...so it wouldnt matter...i wouldnt be doing anything.
  • Quit smoking to live longer since you know there's no afterlife. :)
  • Wow, guess I 'll be sleeping in on Sundays.;) jk I'd be shocked, then I'd look for something else to comfort my well being. Wouldn't you? Aren't we all looking for spirituality or some sense of peacefully inner being? Buddhism is sort of peaceful, even if I am Catholic. Other than that, I'd be my regular ole Anonymous self...:) POINTS!
  • When I finally came to a solid conclusion that any kind of god does not/cannot exist.. I felt as though a burden had been lifted from me. About the only thing that is different for me is realising the futility of using god or Jesus terms.. when I get mad and have to resort to cussing.
  • Are you kidding me? I spend most of my free time wondering if I exist. ME! Not god. ME! Do I exist? Are my senses fooling me? And if I do exist, WHY do I exist? Does my existence has a meaning and is it important in any way? "God" is an answers seller and I never trusted sellers.
  • I don't believe your God does exist and I'm not all that sure I could define mine. As a famous cartoon sailor said "I am what I am and that's all that I am". Short reply no - nothing. +5
  • well... to me.. god represents the good in the world.. and is an everyday reminder that i must be a good person. he is hope and all that.. to me god isnt really a person. but people would still find some other way to remind them. there is always something good out there.. and if i knew for a fact he didnt excist.. first id be a bit confused.. then.. i would find something else to remind me.
  • God does exist he is the Alpha & Omega or time space it's self he is very complex more than our minds can understand.
  • Well I don't believe that he exists anyway - so if someone could irrefutably prove it I would have an "I told you so" moment and then carry on as normal - just a little bit smug!
  • No. And things would go on just about the same for me. Religion was never my moral or ethical centre. I didn't do the things I do, or act the way I act out of fear of divine retribution or because "God tells us to do so". My ethical compass consists of one thought, "Would this be just as fair, if it was me sitting in the other guys shoes?" Not a new thought. And aside from its religious source, no need to bring an omnipotent god into the equation. Hope this helps.
  • I wouldn't act any differently than I do. My morals and lifestyle do not have a religious basis, so I think life would go on as usual.
  • Nope, the reason I don't go around stabbing people is because I'm not a jerk, not because I'm worried of what might happen to me after I die.
  • I'd act the same. I do not believe in him.
  • No. I derive my morals from my evolved heritage as a social primate and from the teachings of the Greek philosophers, especially Aristotle and Epicurus.
  • No, I was raised to know right from wrong without the church or god!
  • I wouldn't act any differently. I don't even know how I feel about believing in God, so I pretty much act like he doesn't exist anyway.
  • You don't mean to start a huge debate? On here? About God? You must be new!

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