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Austin from Tampa, FloridaUnited States

  • I’m Between 17 – 23
  • My religious preference: undecided
  • Growing up, I primarily lived with: Did not live with parents
  • I attend religious services generally at least once every: I do not attend
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If you could travel back in time to any period, and meet any person who is historically significant, who would you want to meet and why?

Ancient times times, Julius ceasar. Interesting time period. Go to coliseum.

Out of all the problems that we are facing in our world today, what do you consider is our biggest problem and how do you think we can solve this problem?

Running out of petro products.

Do you think it is possible that you and I were put here on this earth for some kind of purpose? If so, what do you think that was? If not, why do you think so?

I don’t think we were out here, but we all have the purpose of building up our future of humanity.

We live in a world that tends to believe, now more than ever, that all religions are equal and no one religion is better than another. In your opinion does it matter what someone believes? If not, why not, if so, why so?

As long as it’s a religion with good intentions.

All religions have different beliefs about the afterlife but many seem to indicate that we go to a better place, if we do the right things in this life. What do you personally believe about the afterlife and what do you think we need to do in this life in order to get to this better place in the next life?

I don’t think there’s one way, as long as you’re an overall good person, why worry about it?

If you do not believe there is life after this life is over, where do you think we came from?

Don’t know if there’s an afterlife. Not creationism.

If you do not believe there is life after this life is over, why is it difficult for us to avoid believing in non-material things like truth, love, beauty, goodness, etc…?

Hedging your bets

Chris from melbourne, FloridaUnited States

  • I’m Between 17 – 23
  • My religious preference: Atheism
  • Growing up, I primarily lived with: Did not live with parents
  • I attend religious services generally at least once every: I do not attend
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If you could travel back in time to any period, and meet any person who is historically significant, who would you want to meet and why?

Don Henley from the Eagles.

Great musician and person

Out of all the problems that we are facing in our world today, what do you consider is our biggest problem and how do you think we can solve this problem?

Overpopulation. Limited amount of resources but exponential growth of people. People have to die in order to keep population down.

Do you think it is possible that you and I were put here on this earth for some kind of purpose? If so, what do you think that was? If not, why do you think so?

Our purpose is to reproduce and that’s it. Not much of a purpose really beyond that.

We live in a world that tends to believe, now more than ever, that all religions are equal and no one religion is better than another. In your opinion does it matter what someone believes? If not, why not, if so, why so?

Not really unless they infringe on human rights. Infringe on women’s rights, etc.

don’t really think belief has any scientific basis. Doesn’t really impact our day to day life all that much.

All religions have different beliefs about the afterlife but many seem to indicate that we go to a better place, if we do the right things in this life. What do you personally believe about the afterlife and what do you think we need to do in this life in order to get to this better place in the next life?

Doesn’t think there is an afterlife.

If you do not believe there is life after this life is over, where do you think we came from?

I don’t know. We don’t really know.

If you do not believe there is life after this life is over, why is it difficult for us to avoid believing in non-material things like truth, love, beauty, goodness, etc…?

Those things are chemical reactions that serve a certain purpose in life.

Stefan from Tampa, FloridaUnited States

  • I’m Between 17 – 23
  • My religious preference: Protestant
  • Growing up, I primarily lived with: Did not live with parents
  • I attend religious services generally at least once every: Six months
Question Answer
If you could travel back in time to any period, and meet any person who is historically significant, who would you want to meet and why?

Da Vinci – one of the greatest thinkers

Out of all the problems that we are facing in our world today, what do you consider is our biggest problem and how do you think we can solve this problem?

Deforestation – has done more to destroy civilization

Do you think it is possible that you and I were put here on this earth for some kind of purpose? If so, what do you think that was? If not, why do you think so?

Our purpose is to reproduce and that’s it. Not much of a purpose really beyond that.

We live in a world that tends to believe, now more than ever, that all religions are equal and no one religion is better than another. In your opinion does it matter what someone believes? If not, why not, if so, why so?

It depends. On what criteria you chose to determine which is better. Religions are distinguished by ceremony, but the fundemental beliefs. I would say Christianity and Buddhism are fundamentally superior to say…Satanism.

All religions have different beliefs about the afterlife but many seem to indicate that we go to a better place, if we do the right things in this life. What do you personally believe about the afterlife and what do you think we need to do in this life in order to get to this better place in the next life?

Always had a tough time with faith, not actions. The idea that there is some sort of magical formula that will earn divine approval doesn’t makes sense. But that you can live however you want to and be righteous through faith also doesn’t make much sense.

If you do not believe there is life after this life is over, where do you think we came from?

NA

If you do not believe there is life after this life is over, why is it difficult for us to avoid believing in non-material things like truth, love, beauty, goodness, etc…?

NA

LOUIE from Quezon City, Philippines

  • I’m Between 33 – 55
  • My religious preference: Agnostcism
  • Mom’s: Catholic Christianity

    Dad’s: Catholic Christianity

  • Growing up, I primarily lived with: Both mom and dad
  • I attend religious services generally at least once every: I do not attend
Question Answer
If you could travel back in time to any period, and meet any person who is historically significant, who would you want to meet and why?

Gabriel Garcia Marquez-Jounalist. “If you want people to believe something fantastic, give details.”

Out of all the problems that we are facing in our world today, what do you consider is our biggest problem and how do you think we can solve this problem?

Hunger-but producing more foo will not solve the problem.
Congestion in Edsa – but building more roads won’t solve it either.

Solution: Education and values. Know what you believe in.

Do you think it is possible that you and I were put here on this earth for some kind of purpose? If so, what do you think that was? If not, why do you think so?

Still an issue for internal debate. Maybe just an accident. Just find the path of least resistance. Know thyself. You might be able to help others.

We live in a world that tends to believe, now more than ever, that all religions are equal and no one religion is better than another. In your opinion does it matter what someone believes? If not, why not, if so, why so?

Some are better than others. If the believer is a good thinker then it’s okay. Develop your own philosophies.

All religions have different beliefs about the afterlife but many seem to indicate that we go to a better place, if we do the right things in this life. What do you personally believe about the afterlife and what do you think we need to do in this life in order to get to this better place in the next life?

The dead are dead. So make the most of what you have. After death we just turn into fertilizers for the soil. Do good. Enrich others.

If you do not believe there is life after this life is over, where do you think we came from?

I do not believe in creationism but in evolution.

If you do not believe there is life after this life is over, why is it difficult for us to avoid believing in non-material things like truth, love, beauty, goodness, etc…?

Because we are conscious beings. We have self-awareness. While alive, enjoy life.

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