Re: Do you believe to the other life?? (After Death)
Eleven years of studying? Then your study wasn't very effective so far, I'm sad to say. And I've heard enough atheist theories to make me sceptical towards my own faith, they just don't apply. And believe me, I'm very honest with myself when I think about them.
So you're with Wittgenstein? If something isn't logical, it means nothing? To make you understand things better, there's a text in the Bible which says that the Lord works in mysterious ways. The Dutch version is better (translated): God's ways can't be understood by humans. And I'm glad it's true.
That doesn't sound like my "religion" (I don't like that word)
This is what the Greeks called hubris, placing yourself above God. You imply you know better what is good or bad than the very Being without whom nothing would have existed?
Again, not His fault, ours.
He still does, what do you think what happened to me a few months ago?
There's a major difference between God and science. God created us, science is created by us. But indeed, in both cases, questions remain. But I am at peace with the knowledge that I can't understand Him, I can have that from the One who made everything and everyone. I do have an idea about Him, but it's so limited.
I don't, noone knows.
I never said it's an authority, every statement in it has a reference to the relevant part in the Bible. I never say it as an authority argument, I'm just trying to help you understand things better, you seek answers and I tell you where you can find them.
I'm familiar with the concept, I can't say I approve. Relgions aren't the problem, it's how humans use religion. My "religion" isn't something you can use. If all people in the world would be following these rules which are the very center of christianity: love God above all and all humans like you love yourself, then it would be a way better world than it is right now.
You already have, multiple times. Still, it's not too late, but I don't think I can help much.
Even if everyone believed there's a tea pot out there, then there's no reason to worship that tea pot, so it's an ineffective allegory. But the almighty Creator of all, who can give us eternal life, believing in Him actually makes sense.
This isn't the case. Believing means having no fear at all. It means to love God for not doing with us what we deserve (instant death and hell), and to walk the right path which shows love towards everyone, this is also an outing of gratefulness towards Him.
I can only hope I have proven otherwise.
Well, there's 25% chance to go to hell, I think this is actually big enough to be sure you don't go there
As far as it isn't clear yet, you seem to have questions and I'm trying to help you find the answers. As far as I can judge, you seem to think I'm arguing with you. This is not the case, it would only prove I'm not a real christian.