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In the end, budddyh, yes, if forced to, I will believe the Bible to be true no matter what happens. Why? Because I have nothing to lose by doing it, and everything to gain. On the opposite, non-believers have everything to lose, and nothing to gain, by not believing in it. And I do not say this with sarcasm or wittiness. I'm being serious. There may not be 100% evidence, and there's even evidence that appears to easily contradict it. I, however, choose to believe that the Lord will make it clear to me someday. If I get scoffed at or ridiculed for this, then so be it, but in the end, I'm mainly only worried about One specific person (or being).

fourgivn1, Rapture Ready 4 Comments [11/1/2002 12:00:00 AM]
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Salvador

There may not be 100% evidence.

Actually, there's 0%.

4/26/2007 11:18:31 PM

Goosey

Hey, that's your choice.

The only part I take issue with is \"non-believers have everything to lose, and nothing to gain, by not believing in it.\"

Other than that, knock yourself out.

4/26/2007 11:27:50 PM

Laurel

Pascal's Wager. Laaaaaaame.

4/27/2007 12:34:50 PM

Quantum Mechanic

"I will believe the Bible to be true no matter what happens. Why? Because I have nothing to lose by doing it"

In your case that is true.
You have nothing.
Because you are nothing.
Idiot.

8/4/2012 4:58:06 PM
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