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  • I'm doing just fine without that guilt trip hanging over my head.
  • Ur free to choose any path you think is better for you in your life. No one knows better than you. Follow your heart.
  • no, its a personal decision. whats wrong is forcing to believe in something.
  • "Right" and "Wrong" are judgments made by people according to their beliefs. We each have to decide what makes sense to us and what we can embrace. I should no more judge whether something is right or wrong for you than you should judge whether something is right or wrong for me. Parents are charged with this decision-making for their young children..beyond that, I think it is impertinant and arrogant to assume you know "the truth" and others who disagree with you don't.
  • Wrong for who? Me? I would be lost without God. Wrong for you or whoever? Not my business anymore than my beliefs are yours. As a believer in Christ I do not think anyone is a "christian" only Christ was Christ-like. We are all sinners .. even believers so titles and all that do nothing for me. You either believe or you do not. I do and will continue to. Nothing typed, said or written will ever turn my head from God and I would expect others to be strong in their faiths/beliefs as well. If you believe rain is your god, go for it. What you eat does not make me fat. I have no desire to force my beliefs on others and as long as that same respect is shown to me.. it is all good.
  • God gave you free will to make exactly that decision. It would be wrong for me to try to force you to believe. All I can do is provide information. And suggest that the problem with not believing in God is best explained with the Gambler's Dilemna. If you believe in Him and he doesn't exist, you've loved for 'nothing'. If you don't believe in Him and He DOES exist, you might have a problem when it's time to cash in. Er... out.
  • I dont think it is for me, honestly, It doesnt matter to me what anyones personal religious beliefs are. Why should It?
  • From a Christian point of view it is wrong to not believe in God in the sense that you will end up in hell. Christians believe that unless you accept God as truth (and Jesus+gospel) then there is no way anyone can avoid hell. So if you take Christians seriously, then it can be considered wrong to not believe in God. Of course, people tend to disagree with that - atheists, for example, will tell you its right to not believe in God.
  • "He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone..." It is not my place to judge.
  • NO not wrong, you have been granted free will. Although you will be judged on deciding not to accept and living under the Lord's grace.
  • asweetguy4u2know saya R.I.P Nelson : u answered very nice . However , I need to add that it is really wrong not believe in God . You need to believe in God & in fact become a true christian if you want good life after death :)
  • No. Whether a person believes in God or not, is neither right nor wrong. Faith is a personal choice according to the beliefs of the individual. There is no right or wrong belief, no right or wrong religion and no right or wrong choice.
  • No more wrong that it is not to believe in Santa Calsu, the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy, the Boogie Man or Big Foot
  • I don't think so. But I think that a lot of people who do believe in God think it's wrong when other people don't. Not everyone, but the majority.
  • No. It is simply lack of belief.
  • Yes it is
  • You can believe in anything you like honey rightly or wrongly its your choice :) Don't let anyone guilt you into what they believe or scare you into faith...
  • Which God? http://www.godchecker.com/ I've got hundreds of them to choose from.
  • Yes, and it is stupid too.
  • It probably is to God, but if you don't believe in Him, how could it be wrong to you. It is for each individual to decide which is right for them.
  • No. Christians try to make you believe it is so, as do muslims, but it isn't.
  • It is wrong for others to tell you what is right and wrong regarding something as personal as your beliefs.
  • Why are you asking? Do you feel as if you're wrong for not believing? I hate that I answered a question with a question...but I'm trying to figure out why you would ask. I do believe in ONE GOD. There are many gods that man has created but I serve the ONE WHO is the LOVER of my soul and HE loves each and everyone of us...even the ones who don't believe in HIM. HIS love for us is so great that HE gives us free-will to accept HIS gift of HIS SON or reject HIM. It is your choice. If you want to believe you will be greatly rewarded...if not that was your choice.
  • No, not at all
  • You will have your answer when you die.
  • Evidence for what we believe in covers the widest possible spectrum provoking comments like ‘you must be MAD NOT TO BELIEVE that’ at one end of the spectrum to ‘you must be MAD TO BELIEVE that’ at the other end. At the former end of the spectrum are things we have to believe in unless we are insane these start with our own existence, the earth, moon and sun, down the line are trees which can be seen almost everywhere, further down will be air which, although we are surrounded by it, is hidden from our senses of sight smell and taste, much further down would be electromagnetic waves which are hidden from all our senses, but they are measurable, they have an explanation which makes sense, and we can see how many of the modern everyday things we use vitally depend on them, finally, right at the other end of this spectrum of hard evidence is God. That He is totally hidden is acknowledged by the HQ itself which praises the believers when it says in HQ 2:2-4 “This is the scripture. In that there is no doubt. A guidance for those conscious of God. Those who BELIEVE IN THAT WHICH IS HIDDEN, and establish (regular) prayers and from that which We provide for them, they spend (to help others)” The HQ goes on to say that those who choose to submit are in effect choosing bliss in the hereafter and those who choose to reject are choosing doom in the hereafter. Now comes the huge decision - should you, at the extremely solid end of the spectrum of evidence (mad if you don’t believe you exist) believe in that which is at the extreme end of the spectrum of evidence? There are two reasons why it might be wrong for you not to believe: 1 – as you travel down that spectrum you find yourself believing even though the evidence is getting thinner and thinner, so why not take the final step. 2 – when you’re not sure it’s best to go for a safe bet, which is to believe. If it turns out to be wrong your maximum loss would have been that you lived by a code from the HQ rather than a code from any other society you could have been a member of.
  • Greatly depends on who you ask, huh? ;-)
  • Question looks like is it wrong in believing in yourself?

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