God does NOT answer prayer!

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Jimmy Neutron's picture
God does NOT answer prayer!

If God can ignore and allow this............

* 297 children have died from school shootings in the U.S. since 1995
* 58 people were killed at the Las Vegas shooting, almost 500 shot but not killed
* 250,000 people died in the Asian Tsunami in 2004
* 230,000 people died in the earthquake in Haiti in 2010
* Dylan Roof killed 9 people inside a church at a prayer meeting in 2015
* Approximately 67,500 women report being raped in the US every year
* Thousands of children have been raped by Catholic priests
* 9,000,000 children under the age of 5 die worldwide every year
* 3,000 Americans were killed in terrorist attacks in 2001
* Adam Lanza shot & killed 20 children, 6 & 7 years old, at Sandy Hook Elementary
* There have been 4,705 known lynchings in the U.S. since the civil war
* Over 15,000 children under age 19 are diagnosed with cancer each year in the US
* 800,000 Rwandas were killed in a 100 day genocide in 1994
* 6,000,000 Jews were murdered during The Holocaust
* Slavery for hundreds of years
(A list like this can easily go on and on and on!)

......So since millions upon millions of heart-felt prayers obviously went completely unanswered related to these very serious events (and other tragedies like them over the last 2,000 years), then He can't POSSIBLY be inclined to answer your little prayer or give a shit about any of this:

* Whether or not you thank Him for dinner
* Your individual financial wants or needs
* Protecting you or your loved ones from harm
* Helping you find a job or a house
* Who wins a sporting event
* Loving all of us equally
* Helping you or your loved ones overcome sickness or disease
* Whatever else it is that you are praying for

Conclusion: A person would have to be a total narcissist (and lacking in basic common sense) to actually believe that God helps them individually by answering their relatively small, trivial prayers while at the very same time He quite obviously ignores and allows the death and unfathomably immense pain and suffering of MILLIONS of fellow human beings on a regular, ongoing basis. It makes zero sense!

(Or more succinctly, as Pirate Jack so eloquently expressed in a reply to this post: "It is foolish to believe that a god who floods the world, plaques us with disease, allows the murder and torture of children, allows concentration camps, etc........... would give one fuck about your goddamned prayer! Fucking ridiculous!")

So let's get real! It's time to face facts! We're on our own. Prayer is pointless. Let's forego useless 'thoughts and prayers' and implement real, actual solutions to our problems!

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Cognostic's picture
@Jimmy Neutron: Yes. Yes.

@Jimmy Neutron: Yes. Yes. Yes. But ours is not to know why. God works in mysterious ways. The mind of God is different than the mind of man. You can not apply god's logic to man's world. Besides, God is the creator of everything and so what he does with his creations is just none of your business. You just have to know that God loves you. He gave his only begotten son, that who so ever should believe in him shall have everlasting life. This world is not our world. Our world is the reward we receive in heaven. Just trust in God and his only begotten son and none of the things you mention in you post will mean a fucking thing.

Diotrephes's picture
Jimmy Neutron,

Jimmy Neutron,

God does NOT answer prayer!

You can't pray to any God. You have to find the one that is for you. There are thousands of such critters. http://www.lowchensaustralia.com/names/gods.htm

Of course, they are all imaginary. If you want your prayers to be answered, then you have to do it yourself.

Tin-Man's picture
...*shaking head sadly*....

...*shaking head sadly*.... Jimmy... Jimmy, Jimmy, Jimmy... Tsk-tsk... Dear lad, you simply don't understand that you MUST have faith. For if you have TRUE and SINCERE totally blind faith, then all of those trivial points you made in your OP absolutely do not matter. Even if you are uncertain, or confused, or sometimes question why such horrible things happen, the glorious gift of faith will help take all your worries away. No thinking required. It's the greatest thing since walking on water.

Rohan M.'s picture
[sarcasm]Forget resting at

[sarcasm]Forget resting at night, help from my awesome parents and working hard myself; the LORD is the reason I was able to survive this SBA exam week that kept me too busy to comment on here for most of the week! Praise Yee-soos!

(Meanwhile, astronomers discover a large asteroid WITH A MOON flying by Earth; but praying like the past 3 generations of my family before me that are Christian and the countless generations before them that were Hindu is obviously more wonderful and amazing than science... https://www.newsweek.com/1999-kw4-asteroid-tiny-moon-close-approach-eart... )[/sarcasm]

Cognostic's picture
I prayed to god that I would

I prayed to god that I would go to sleep last night and wake up this morning. Obviously people can pray to god and it works. You just have to know how to pray and what to pray for. Like, right now I am drinking ice tea. I prayed that the ice I put in the tea would make it cold, and it's cold. HA! SUCCESS!

Rohan M.'s picture
So true.

So true.

arakish's picture
"God does NOT answer prayer!"

"God does NOT answer prayer!"

And how long did it take you to figure that out?

I've known it for 55± years.

rmfr

P.S. — Now to read other replies.

Jimmy Neutron's picture
I think you may have missed

I think you may have missed the point of my post, arakish. It wasn't intended to be about how long anybody has known that God doesn't answer prayer. and yes, I've known that for many years as well. What I was trying to do was to illustrate that fact in such a way that no objective, rational, logical person could argue with it and to point out that an individual would have to be a complete narcissist to think God helps them personally in relatively small, mundane, ridiculous ways while He ignores tragedy on a mass scale on a regular basis.

Cognostic's picture
Ha! I prayed that my

Ha! I prayed that my bananas would be nice and cool this morning when I put them in the refrigerator last night. Sure enough when I opened the refrigerator door, I found it had kept running all night long and my bananas were nice and cool. PRAYER ANSWERED.

The trick to getting prayers answered is knowing what to pray for. FOR EXAMPLE: Right at this moment I am praying that God will make Jimmy Neutron write another response in this thread.

Jimmy Neutron's picture
But if I respond to you,

But if I respond to you, Cognostic, then that would disprove my thesis that God doesn't answer prayer. So by responding or not responding to you, I alone have the power to prove or disprove the age-old question of whether He answers prayer or not. Such a conundrum. Hmm.......Screw it. I'm responding by posting this. Hence, God DOES answer prayer after all and you and I just proved it. That should punch our ticket to heaven for sure!

Cognostic's picture
@Jimmy Neutron: Yes you have

@Jimmy Neutron: Yes you have power. That's because I prayed to god to give you that power. You can thank me in your next post. I told you, you would respond. You could not help yourself because I prayed to God. Out tickets are punched and now that our minds are clearly on track, we are on our way. Only a fool could assert that prayers can't be answered. Sheeeeesh.... what the fuck are the atheists around here thinking? (HEY ATHEISTS!!! LOOK! I am praying that the letter 'A' appears at the end of my post. )
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

God is gracious, god is good, god answers prayers! A

Jimmy Neutron's picture
Hilarious!! I don't know you

Hilarious!! I don't know you, but I like you, Cognostic.

Cognostic's picture
@Jimmy Neutron: The other

@Jimmy Neutron: The other day when I was praying, God told me you were going to say that. Still, we can't have sex because God hates fags.

LogicFTW's picture
@Jimmy Neutron

@Jimmy Neutron

Fully agree, "prayer" has many major major show stopping issues with it.

I find discussion on prayer to particularly illuminating as it is one of the few physical, real world manifestations of religion (well if they speak, or get on their knees or any other physical ritual associated with prayer.)

Lots of religious apologist will pigeonhole their god to the gaps to keep it out of reach of rational sane fact and evidenced based discussion, but forget about prayer. We can actually study and examine prayer. And boy does it come up lacking when studied and tested. Then you bring back in the logical/reason absurdity of it once you step away from facts and evidence and it is a double whammy.

To me, it is a part of the overall basic problem with religion and other things like it:
Humans are capable of fiction. If there is anything we can truly verify for ourselves as true is that we humans are capable of lying and fiction, a hypothesis we can test and prove 1000's of times a day if we wanted to.

Knowing that, anything that cannot be verified via study of evidence, fact, testing etc. Must be held as highly susceptible to fiction and abuse. Even worse, if someone stands to gain from the fiction/lie it is far better to assume what is said as not true until verified then to be true then to operate as true until proven not true. Of course operating in this way leaves zero room for all the various god and religion ideas not very convenient to all those religions and the people on top that profit from it in some way.

Jimmy Neutron's picture
Well said, LogicFTW!

Well said, LogicFTW!

arakish's picture
@ Jimmy Neutron

@ Jimmy Neutron

And I MUST ask this question: Which God?

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Australian: 93 Gods, Goddesses and Places in the Dreamtime
Alinga, Anjea, Apunga, Arahuta, Ariki, Arohirohi, Bamapana, Banaitja, Bara, Barraiya, Biame, Bila, Boaliri, Bobbi-bobbi, Bunbulama, Bunjil, Cunnembeille, Daramulum, Dilga, Djanggawul Sisters, Eingana, Erathipa, Gidja, Gnowee, Haumia, Hine Titama, Ingridi, Julana, Julunggul, Junkgowa, Karora, Kunapipi-Kalwadi-Kadjara, Lia, Madalait, Makara, Nabudi, Palpinkalare, Papa, Rangi, Rongo, Tane, Tangaroa, Tawhiri-ma-tea, Tomituka, Tu, Ungamilia, Walo, Waramurungundi, Wati Kutjarra, Wawalag Sisters, Wuluwaid, Wuragag, Wuriupranili, Wurrunna, Yhi

Buddhism: 10 Gods and Relatives of God
Aizen-Myoo, Ajima,Dai-itoku-Myoo, Fudo-Myoo, Gozanze-Myoo, Gundari-Myoo, Hariti, Kongo-Myoo, Kujaku-Myoo, Ni-O

Carribean: 62 Gods, Monsters and Vodun Spirits
Agaman Nibo, Agwe, Agweta, Ah Uaynih, Aida Wedo, Atabei, Ayida, Ayizan, Azacca, Baron Samedi, Ulrich, Ellegua, Ogun, Ochosi, Chango, Itaba, Amelia, Christalline, Clairmé, Clairmeziné, Coatrischie, Damballah, Emanjah, Erzuli, Erzulie, Ezili, Ghede, Guabancex, Guabonito, Guamaonocon, Imanje, Karous, Laloue-diji, Legba, Loa, Loco, Maitresse Amelia, Mapiangueh, Marie-aimée, Marinette, Mombu, Marassa, Nana Buruku, Oba, Obtala, Ochu, Ochumare, Oddudua, Ogoun, Olokum, Olosa, Oshun, Oya, Philomena, Sirêne, The Diablesse, Itaba, Tsilah, Ursule, Vierge, Yemaya, Zaka

Celtic: 166 Gods, Goddesses, Divine Kings and Pagan Saints
Abarta, Abna, Abnoba, Aine, Airetech,Akonadi, Amaethon, Ameathon, An Cailleach, Andraste, Antenociticus, Aranrhod, Arawn, Arianrod, Artio, Badb,Balor, Banbha, Becuma, Belatucadros, Belatu-Cadros, Belenus, Beli,Belimawr, Belinus, Bendigeidfran, Bile, Blathnat, Blodeuwedd, Boann, Bodus,Bormanus, Borvo, Bran, Branwen, Bres, Brigid, Brigit, Caridwen, Carpantus,Cathbadh, Cecht, Cernach, Cernunnos, Cliodna, Cocidius, Conchobar, Condatis, Cormac,Coronus,Cosunea, Coventina, Crarus,Creidhne, Creirwy, Cu Chulainn, Cu roi, Cuda, Cuill,Cyhiraeth,Dagda, Damona, Dana, Danu, D'Aulnoy,Dea Artio, Deirdre, Dewi, Dian, Diancecht, Dis Pater, Donn, Dwyn, Dylan, Dywel,Efnisien, Elatha, Epona, Eriu, Esos, Esus, Eurymedon,Fedelma, Fergus, Finn, Fodla, Goewyn, Gog, Goibhniu, Govannon, Grainne, Greine,Gwydion, Gwynn ap Nudd, Herne, Hu'Gadarn, Keltoi,Keridwen, Kernunnos,Ler, Lir, Lleu Llaw Gyffes, Lludd, Llyr, Llywy, Luchta, Lug, Lugh,Lugus, Mabinogion,Mabon, Mac Da Tho, Macha, Magog, Manannan, Manawydan, Maponos, Math, Math Ap Mathonwy, Medb, Moccos,Modron, Mogons, Morrig, Morrigan, Nabon,Nantosuelta, Naoise, Nechtan, Nedoledius,Nehalennia, Nemhain, Net, Nisien, Nodens, Noisi, Nuada, Nwywre,Oengus, Ogma, Ogmios, Oisin, Pach,Partholon, Penard Dun, Pryderi, Pwyll, Rhiannon, Rosmerta, Samhain, Segidaiacus, Sirona, Sucellus, Sulis, Taliesin, Taranis, Teutates, The Horned One, The Hunt, Treveni,Tyne, Urien, Ursula of the Silver Host, Vellaunus, Vitiris, White Lady

Egyptian: 85 Gods, Gods Incarnate and Personified Divine Forces:
Amaunet, Amen, Amon, Amun, Anat, Anqet, Antaios, Anubis, Anuket, Apep, Apis, Astarte, Aten, Aton, Atum, Bastet, Bat, Buto, Duamutef, Duamutef, Hapi, Har-pa-khered, Hathor, Hauhet, Heket, Horus, Huh, Imset, Isis, Kauket, Kebechsenef, Khensu, Khepri, Khnemu, Khnum, Khonsu, Kuk, Maahes, Ma'at, Mehen, Meretseger, Min, Mnewer, Mut, Naunet, Nefertem, Neith, Nekhbet, Nephthys, Nun, Nut, Osiris, Ptah, Ra, Re, Renenet, Sakhmet, Satet, Seb, Seker, Sekhmet, Serapis, Serket, Set, Seth, Shai, Shu, Shu, Sia, Sobek, Sokar, Tefnut, Tem, Thoth

Hellenes (Greek) Tradition (540 Gods, Demigods, Divine Bastards)
Acidalia, Aello, Aesculapius, Agathe, Agdistis, Ageleia, Aglauros, Agne, Agoraia, Agreia, Agreie, Agreiphontes, Agreus, Agrios, Agrotera, Aguieus, Aidoneus, Aigiokhos, Aigletes, Aigobolos, Ainia,Ainippe, Aithuia, Akesios, Akraia, Aktaios, Alalkomene, Alasiotas, Alcibie, Alcinoe, Alcippe, Alcis,Alea, Alexikakos, Aligena, Aliterios, Alkaia, Amaltheia, Ambidexter, Ambologera, Amynomene,Anaduomene, Anaea, Anax, Anaxilea, Androdameia, Andromache, Andromeda, Androphonos, Anosia, Antandre,Antania, Antheus, Anthroporraistes, Antianara, Antianeira, Antibrote, Antimache, Antimachos, Antiope,Antiopeia, Aoide, Apatouria, Aphneius, Aphrodite, Apollo, Apotropaios, Areia, Areia, Areion, Areopagite, Ares, Areto, Areximacha, Argus, Aridnus,Aristaios, Aristomache, Arkhegetes, Arktos, Arretos, Arsenothelys, Artemis, Asclepius, Asklepios, Aspheleios, Asteria, Astraeos, Athene, Auxites, Avaris, Axios, Axios Tauros,Bakcheios, Bakchos, Basileus, Basilis, Bassareus, Bauros, Boophis, Boreas, Botryophoros, Boukeros, Boulaia, Boulaios, Bremusa,Bromios, Byblis,Bythios, Caliope, Cedreatis, Celaneo, centaur, Cerberus, Charidotes, Charybdis, Chimera, Chloe, Chloris, Choreutes, Choroplekes, Chthonios, Clete, Clio, clotho,Clyemne, cockatrice, Crataeis, Custos, Cybebe, Cybele, Cyclops, Daphnaia, Daphnephoros, Deianeira, Deinomache, Delia, Delios, Delphic, Delphinios, Demeter, Dendrites, Derimacheia,Derinoe, Despoina, Dikerotes, Dimeter, Dimorphos, Dindymene, Dioktoros, Dionysos, Discordia, Dissotokos, Dithyrambos, Doris, Dryope,Echephyle,Echidna, Eiraphiotes, Ekstatophoros, Eleemon, Eleuthereus, Eleutherios, Ennosigaios, Enodia, Enodios, Enoplios, Enorches, Enualios, Eos, Epaine, Epidotes, Epikourios, Epipontia, Epitragidia, Epitumbidia, Erato, Ergane, Eribromios, Erigdoupos, Erinus, Eriobea, Eriounios, Eriphos, Eris, Eros, Euanthes, Euaster, Eubouleus, Euboulos, Euios, Eukhaitos, Eukleia, Eukles, Eumache, Eunemos, Euplois, Euros, Eurybe,Euryleia, Euterpe, Fates, Fortuna, Gaia, Gaieokhos, Galea, Gamelia, Gamelios, Gamostolos, Genetor, Genetullis, Geryon, Gethosynos, giants, Gigantophonos, Glaukopis, Gorgons, Gorgopis, Graiae, griffin, Gynaikothoinas, Gynnis, Hagisilaos, Hagnos, Haides, Harmothoe, harpy, Hegemone, Hegemonios, Hekate, Hekatos, Helios, Hellotis, Hephaistia, Hephaistos, Hera, Heraios, Herakles, Herkeios, Hermes, Heros Theos, Hersos, Hestia, Heteira, Hiksios, Hipp, Hippia, Hippios, Hippoi Athanatoi, Hippolyte, Hippolyte II, Hippomache, Hippothoe, Horkos, Hugieia, Hupatos, Hydra, Hypate, Hyperborean, Hypsipyle, Hypsistos, Iakchos, Iatros, Idaia, Invictus, Iphito,Ismenios, Ismenus,Itonia, Kabeiria, Kabeiroi, Kakia, Kallinikos, Kallipugos, Kallisti, Kappotas, Karneios, Karpophoros, Karytis, Kataibates, Katakhthonios, Kathatsios, Keladeine, Keraunos, Kerykes, Khalinitis, Khalkioikos, Kharmon, Khera, Khloe, Khlori,Khloris,Khruse, Khthonia, Khthonios, Kidaria, Kissobryos, Kissokomes, Kissos, Kitharodos, Kleidouchos, Kleoptoleme, Klymenos, Kore, Koruthalia, Korymbophoros, Kourotrophos, Kranaia, Kranaios, Krataiis, Kreousa, Kretogenes, Kriophoros, Kronides, Kronos,Kryphios, Ktesios, Kubebe, Kupris, Kuprogenes, Kurotrophos, Kuthereia, Kybele, Kydoime,Kynthia, Kyrios, Ladon, Lakinia, Lamia, Lampter, Laodoke, Laphria, Lenaios, Leukatas, Leukatas, Leukolenos, Leukophruene, Liknites, Limenia, Limnaios, Limnatis, Logios, Lokhia, Lousia, Loxias, Lukaios, Lukeios, Lyaios, Lygodesma, Lykopis, Lyseus, Lysippe, Maimaktes, Mainomenos, Majestas, Makar, Maleatas, Manikos, Mantis, Marpe, Marpesia, Medusa, Megale, Meilikhios, Melaina, Melainis, Melanaigis, Melanippe,Melete, Melousa, Melpomene, Melqart, Meses, Mimnousa, Minotaur, Mneme, Molpadia,Monogenes, Morpho, Morychos, Musagates, Musagetes, Nebrodes, Nephelegereta, Nereus,Nete, Nike, Nikephoros, Nomios, Nomius, Notos, Nyktelios, Nyktipolos, Nympheuomene, Nysios, Oiketor, Okyale, Okypous, Olumpios, Omadios, Ombrios, Orithia,Orius,Ortheia, Orthos, Ourania, Ourios, Paelemona, Paian, Pais, Palaios, Pallas, Pan Megas, Panakhais, Pandemos, Pandrosos, Pantariste, Parthenos, PAsianax, Pasiphaessa, Pater, Pater, Patroo s, Pegasus, Pelagia, Penthesilea, Perikionios, Persephone, Petraios, Phanes, Phanter, Phatria, Philios, Philippis, Philomeides, Phoebe, Phoebus, Phoenix, Phoibos, Phosphoros, Phratrios, Phutalmios, Physis, Pisto, Plouton, Polemusa,Poliakhos, Polias, Polieus, Polumetis, Polydektes, Polygethes, Polymnia, Polymorphos, Polyonomos, Porne, Poseidon, Potnia Khaos, Potnia Pheron, Promakhos, Pronoia, Propulaios, Propylaia, Proserpine, Prothoe, Protogonos, Prytaneia, Psychopompos, Puronia, Puthios, Pyrgomache, Python, Rhea, Sabazios, Salpinx, satyr, Saxanus, Scyleia, Scylla, Sirens, Skeptouchos, Smintheus, Sophia, Sosipolis, Soter, Soteria, Sphinx, Staphylos, Sthenias, Sthenios, Strife, Summakhia, Sykites, Syzygia, Tallaios, Taureos, Taurokeros, Taurophagos, Tauropolos, Tauropon, Tecmessa, Teisipyte, Teleios, Telepyleia,Teletarches, Terpsichore, Thalestris, Thalia, The Dioskouroi, Theos, Theritas, Thermodosa, Thraso, Thyonidas, Thyrsophoros, Tmolene, Toxaris, Toxis, Toxophile,Trevia, Tricephalus, Trieterikos, Trigonos, Trismegestos, Tritogeneia, Tropaios, Trophonius,Tumborukhos, Tyche, Typhon, Urania, Valasca, Xanthippe, Xenios, Zagreus, Zathos, Zephryos, Zeus, Zeus Katakhthonios, Zoophoros

Native American: 711 Gods, Heroes, and Anthropomorphized Facets of Nature
Aakuluujjusi, Ab Kin zoc, Abaangui, Ababinili, Ac Yanto, Acan, Acat, Achiyalatopa, Acna, Acolmiztli, Acolnahuacatl, Acuecucyoticihuati, Adamisil Wedo, Adaox, Adekagagwaa, Adlet, Adlivun, Agloolik, Aguara, Ah Bolom Tzacab, Ah Cancum, Ah Chun Caan, Ah Chuy Kak, Ah Ciliz, Ah Cun Can, Ah Cuxtal, Ah hulneb, Ah Kin, Ah Kumix Uinicob, Ah Mun, Ah Muzencab, Ah Patnar Uinicob, Ah Peku, Ah Puch, Ah Tabai, Ah UincirDz'acab, Ah Uuc Ticab, Ah Wink-ir Masa, Ahau Chamahez, Ahau-Kin, Ahmakiq, Ahnt Alis Pok', Ahnt Kai', Aholi, Ahsonnutli, Ahuic, Ahulane, Aiauh, Aipaloovik, Ajbit, Ajilee, Ajtzak, Akbaalia, Akba-atatdia, Akhlut, Akhushtal, Akna, Akycha, Alaghom Naom Tzentel, Albino Spirit animals, Alektca, Alignak, Allanque, Allowat Sakima, Alom, Alowatsakima, Amaguq, Amala, Amimitl, Amitolane, Amotken, Andaokut, Andiciopec, Anerneq, Anetlacualtiliztli, Angalkuq, Angpetu Wi, Anguta, Angwusnasomtaka, Ani Hyuntikwalaski, Animal spirits, Aningan, Aniwye, Anog Ite, Anpao, Apanuugak, Apicilnic, Apikunni, Apotamkin, Apoyan Tachi, Apozanolotl, Apu Punchau, Aqalax, Arendiwane, Arnakua'gsak, Asdiwal, Asgaya Gigagei, Asiaq, Asin, Asintmah, Atacokai, Atahensic, Aticpac Calqui Cihuatl, Atira, Atisokan, Atius Tirawa, Atl, Atlacamani, Atlacoya, Atlatonin, Atlaua, Atshen, Auilix, Aulanerk, Aumanil, Aunggaak, Aunt Nancy, Awaeh Yegendji, Awakkule, Awitelin Tsta, Awonawilona, Ayauhteotl, Azeban, Baaxpee, Bacabs, Backlum Chaam, Bagucks, Bakbakwalanooksiwae, Balam, Baldhead, Basamacha, Basket Woman, Bead Spitter, Bear, Bear Medicine Woman, Bear Woman, Beaver, Beaver Doctor, Big Heads, Big Man Eater, Big Tail, Big Twisted Flute, Bikeh hozho, Bitol, Black Hactcin, Black Tamanous, Blind Boy, Blind Man, Blood Clot Boy, Bloody Hand, Blue-Jay, Bmola, Bolontiku, Breathmaker, Buffalo, Buluc Chabtan, Burnt Belly, Burnt Face, Butterfly, Cabaguil, Cacoch, Cajolom, Cakulha, Camaxtli, Camozotz, Cannibal Grandmother, Cannibal Woman, Canotila, Capa, Caprakan, Ca-the-ña, Cauac, Centeotl, Centzonuitznaua, Cetan, Chac Uayab Xoc, Chac, Chahnameed, Chakwaina Okya, Chalchihuitlicue, Chalchiuhtlatonal, Chalchiutotolin, Chalmecacihuilt, Chalmecatl, Chamer, Changing Bear Woman, Changing Woman, Chantico, Chaob, Charred Body, Chepi, Chibiabos, Chibirias, Chiccan, Chicomecoatl, Chicomexochtli, Chiconahui, Chiconahuiehecatl, Chie, Child-Born-in-Jug, Chirakan, Chulyen, Cihuacoatl, Cin-an-ev, Cinteotl, Cipactli, Cirapé, Cit Chac Coh, Cit-Bolon-Tum, Citlalatonac, Citlalicue, Ciucoatl, Ciuteoteo, Cizin, Cliff ogre, Coatlicue, Cochimetl, Cocijo, Colel Cab, Colop U Uichkin, Copil, Coyolxauhqui, Coyopa, Coyote, Cripple Boy, Crow, Crow Woman, Cum hau, Cunawabi, Dagwanoenyent, Dahdahwat, Daldal, Deohako, Dhol, Diyin dine, Djien, Djigonasee, Dohkwibuhch, Dzalarhons, Dzalarhons, Eagentci, Eagle, Earth Shaman, Eeyeekalduk, Ehecatl, Ehlaumel, Eithinoha, Ekchuah, Enumclaw, Eototo, Esaugetuh Emissee, Esceheman, Eschetewuarha, Estanatlehi, Estasanatlehi, Estsanatlehi, Evaki, Evening Star, Ewah, Ewauna, Face, Faces of the Forests, False Faces, Famine, Fastachee, Fire Dogs, First Creator, First Man and First Woman, First Scolder, Flint Man, Flood, Flower Woman, Foot Stuck Child, Ga'an, Ga-gaah, Gahe, Galokwudzuwis, Gaoh, Gawaunduk, Geezhigo-Quae, Gendenwitha, Genetaska, Ghanan, Gitche Manitou, Glispa, Glooskap, Gluscabi, Gluskab, Gluskap, Godasiyo, Gohone, Great Seahouse, Greenmantle, Gucumatz, Gukumatz, Gunnodoyak, Gyhldeptis, Ha Wen Neyu, Hacauitz, Hacha'kyum, Hagondes, Hahgwehdiyu, Hamatsa, Hamedicu, Hanghepi Wi, Hantceiitehi, Haokah, Hastseoltoi, Hastshehogan, He'mask.as, Hen, Heyoka, Hiawatha, Hino, Hisakitaimisi, Hokhokw, Hotoru, Huehuecoyotl, Huehueteotl, Huitaca, Huitzilopochtli, Huixtocihuatl, Hummingbird, Hun hunahpu, Hun Pic Tok, Hunab Ku, Hunahpu Utiu, Hunahpu, Hunahpu-Gutch, Hunhau, Hurakan, Iatiku And Nautsiti, Ich-kanava, Ictinike, Idliragijenget, Idlirvirisong, Igaluk, Ignirtoq, Ikanam, Iktomi, Ilamatecuhtli, Illapa, Ilya p'a, i'noGo tied, Inti, Inua, Ioskeha, Ipalnemohuani, Isakakate, Ishigaq, Isitoq, Issitoq, Ite, Itzamná, Itzananohk`u, Itzlacoliuhque, Itzli, Itzpapalotl, Ix Chebel Yax, Ixbalanque, Ixchel, Ixchup, Ixmucane, Ixpiyacoc, Ixtab, Ixtlilton, Ixtubtin, Ixzaluoh, Iya, Iyatiku, Iztaccihuatl, Iztacmixcohuatl, Jaguar Night, Jaguar Quitze, Jogah, Kaakwha, Kabun, Kabun, Kachinas, Kadlu, Ka-Ha-Si, Ka-Ha-Si, Kaik, Kaiti, Kan, Kana'ti and Selu, Kanati, Kan-u-Uayeyab, Kan-xib-yui, Kapoonis, Katsinas, Keelut, Ketchimanetowa, Ketq Skwaye, Kianto, Kigatilik, Kilya, K'in, Kinich Ahau, Kinich Kakmo, Kishelemukong, Kisin, Kitcki Manitou, Kmukamch, Kokopelli, Ko'lok, Kukulcan, Kushapatshikan, Kutni, Kutya'I, Kwakwakalanooksiwae,Kwatee, Kwekwaxa'we, Kwikumat, Kyoi, Lagua, Land Otter People, Lawalawa, Logobola, Loha, Lone Man, Long Nose, Loon, Loon Medicine, Loon Woman, Loo-wit, Macaw Woman, Macuilxochitl, Maho Peneta, Mahucutah, Makenaima, Malesk, Malina, Malinalxochi, Malsum, Malsumis, Mam, Mama Cocha, Man in moon, Manabozho, Manetuwak, Mani'to, Manitou, Mannegishi, Manu, Masaya, Masewi, Master of Life, Master Of Winds, Matshishkapeu, Mavutsinim, Mayahuel, Medeoulin, Mekala, Menahka, Meteinuwak, Metztli, Mexitl, Michabo, Mictecacihuatl, Mictlan, Mictlantecuhtli, Mikchich, Mikumwesu, Mitnal, Mixcoatl, Mongwi Kachinum, Morning Star, Motho and Mungo, Mulac, Muut, Muyingwa, Nacon, Nagenatzani, Nagi Tanka, Nagual, Nahual, Nakawé, Nanabojo, Nanabozho, Nanabush, Nanahuatzin, Nanautzin, Nanih Waiya, Nankil'slas, Nanook, Naum, Negafook, Nerrivik, Nesaru, Nianque, Nishanu, Nohochacyum, Nokomis, Nootaikok, North Star, Nujalik, Nukatem, Nunne Chaha, Ocasta, Ockabewis, Odzihozo, Ohtas, Oklatabashih, Old Man, Olelbis, Omacatl, Omecihuatl, Ometecuhtli, Onatha, One Tail of Clear Hair, Oonawieh Unggi, Opochtli, Oshadagea, Owl Woman, Pah, Pah, Paiowa, Pakrokitat, Pana, Patecatl, Pautiwa, Paynal, Pemtemweha, Piasa, PikvÁhahirak, Pinga, Pomola, Pot-tilter, Prairie Falcon, Ptehehincalasanwin, Pukkeenegak, Qaholom, Qakma, Qiqirn, Quaoar, Quetzalcoatl, Qumu, Quootis-hooi, Rabbit, Ragno, Raven, Raw Gums, Rukko, Sagamores, Sagapgia, Sanopi, Saynday, Sedna, Selu, Shakuru, Sharkura, Shilup Chito Osh, Shrimp house, Sila, Sint Holo, Sio humis, Sisiutl, Skan, Snallygaster, Sosondowah, South Star, Spider Woman, Sta-au, Stonecoats, Sun, Sungrey, Ta Tanka, Tabaldak, Taime, Taiowa, Talocan, Tans, Taqwus, Tarhuhyiawahku, Tarquiup Inua, Tate, Tawa, Tawiscara, Ta'xet, Tcisaki, Tecciztecatl, Tekkeitserktock, Tekkeitsertok, Telmekic, Teoyaomqui, Tepeu, Tepeyollotl, Teteoinnan, Tezcatlipoca, Thobadestchin, Thoume', Thunder, Thunder Bird, Tieholtsodi, Tihtipihin, Tirawa, Tirawa Atius, Tlacolotl, Tlahuixcalpantecuhtli, Tlaloc, Tlaltecuhtli, Tlauixcalpantecuhtli, Tlazolteotl, Tohil, Tokpela,Tonantzin, Tonatiuh, To'nenile, Tonenili, Tootega, Torngasak, Torngasoak, Trickster/Transformer, True jaguar, Tsentsa, Tsichtinako, Tsohanoai Tsonoqwa, Tsul 'Kalu, Tulugaak, Tumas, Tunkan ingan, Turquoise Boy, Twin Thunder Boys, Txamsem, Tzakol, Tzitzimime, Uazzale, Uchtsiti, Udó, Uentshukumishiteu, Ueuecoyotl, Ugly Way, Ugni, Uhepono, Uitzilopochtli, Ukat, Underwater Panthers, Unhcegila, Unipkaat, Unk, Unktomi, Untunktahe, Urcaguary, Utea, Uwashil, Vassagijik, Voltan, Wabosso, Wabun, Wachabe, Wah-Kah-Nee, Wakan, Wakanda, Wakan-Tanka, Wakinyan, Wan niomi, Wanagi, Wananikwe, Watavinewa, Water babies, Waukheon, We-gyet, Wemicus, Wendigo, Wentshukumishiteu, White Buffalo Woman, Whope, Wi, Wicahmunga, Wihmunga, Windigo, Winonah, Wisagatcak, Wisagatcak, Wishpoosh, Wiyot, Wovoka, Wuya, Xaman Ek, Xelas, Xibalba, Xilonen, Xipe Totec, Xiuhcoatl, Xiuhtecuhtli, Xiuhtecutli, Xmucane, Xochipili, Xochiquetzal, Xocotl, Xolotl, Xpiyacoc, Xpuch And Xtah, Yacatecuhtli, Yaluk, Yanauluha, Ya-o-gah, Yeba Ka, Yebaad, Yehl, Yeitso, Yiacatecuhtli, Yolkai Estsan, Yoskeha, Yum Kaax, Yuwipi, Zaramama, Zipaltonal, Zotz

Norse, 111 Deities, Giants and Monsters:
Aegir, Aesir, Alfrigg, Audumbla, Aurgelmir, Balder, Berchta, Bergelmir, Bor, Bragi, Brisings, Buri, Etin, Fenris, Forseti, Frey, Freyja, Frigga, Gefion, Gerda, Gode, Gymir, Harke, Heimdall, Hel, Hermod, Hodur, Holda, Holle, Honir, Hymir, Idun, Jormungandr, Ljolsalfs, Loki, Magni, Mimir, Mistarblindi, Muspel, Nanna, Nanni, Nerthus, Njord, Norns, Odin, Perchta, Ran, Rig, Segyn, Sif, Skadi, Skirnir, Skuld, Sleipnir, Surt, Svadilfari, tanngniotr, tanngrisnr, Thiassi, Thor, Thrud, Thrudgelmir, Thrym, Thurs, Tyr, Uller, Urd, Vali, Vali, Valkyries, Vanir, Ve, Verdandi, Vidar, Wode, Ymir

Pacific islands: 99 Deities, Demigods and Immortal Monsters:
Abeguwo, Abere, Adaro, Afekan, Ai Tupua'i, 'Aiaru, Ala Muki, Alalahe, Alii Menehune, Aluluei, Aruaka, Asin, Atanea, Audjal, Aumakua, Babamik, Bakoa, Barong, Batara Kala, Buring Une, Darago, Dayang-Raca, De Ai, Dogai, Enda Semangko, Faumea, Giriputri, Goga, Haumea, Hiiaka', Hina, Hine, Hoa-Tapu, 'Imoa, Io, Kanaloa, Kanaloa, Kane, Kapo, Kava, Konori, Ku, Kuhuluhulumanu, Kuklikimoku, Kukoae, Ku'ula, Laka, Laulaati, Lono, Mahiuki, MakeMake, Marruni, Maru, Maui, Melu, Menehune, Moeuhane, MOO-LAU, Ndauthina, Ne Te-reere, Nevinbimbaau, Ngendei, Nobu, Oro, Ove, Paka'a, Papa, Pele, Quat, Rangi, Rati, Rati-mbati-ndua, Ratu-Mai-Mbula, Rua, Ruahatu, Saning Sri, Ta'aroa, Taaroa, Tamakaia, Tane, Tanemahuta, Tangaroa, Tawhaki, Tiki, Tinirau, Tu, Tuli, Turi-a-faumea, Uira, Ukupanipo, Ulupoka, Umboko Indra, Vanuatu, Wahini-Hal, Walutahanga, Wari-Ma-Te-Takere, Whaitiri, Whatu, Wigan

South American: 53 Deities, Demigods, Beings of Divine Substance:
Abaangui, Aclla, Akewa, Asima Si, Atoja, Auchimalgen, Axomama, Bachué, Beru, Bochica, Boiuna, Calounger, Catequil, Cavillaca, Ceiuci, Chasca, Chie, Cocomama, Gaumansuri, Huitaca, Iae, Ilyap'a, Ina, Inti, Ituana, Jamaina, Jandira, Jarina, Jubbu-jang-sangne, Ka-ata-killa, Kilya, Kuat, Kun, Luandinha, Lupi, Mama Allpa, Mama Quilla, Mamacocha, Manco Capac, Maret-Jikky, Maretkhmakniam, Mariana, Oshossi, Pachamac, Pachamama, Perimbó, Rainha Barba, Si, Supai, Topétine, Viracocha, Yemanja (Imanje), Zume Topana

And now the second question that MUST be asked: How do you know you are praying to the correct God?

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NewSkeptic's picture
I'm going with Rugevit. Why?

I'm going with Rugevit. Why? Well, first of all, really cool name. Secondly, It will incentivize me to learn Slavik. And thirdly and most importantly, Rugevit has a very cool image.

As I look at this, those are three far better reasons than those used by most people.

C'mon Rugies, let's show ourselves!!!!

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Pirate Jack's picture
It is foolish to believe that

It is foolish to believe that a god who floods the world, plaques us with disease, allows the murder and torture of children, allows concentration camps, etc........... would give one fuck about your goddamned prayer! Fucking rediculous!

Cognostic's picture
God does not flood the world

God does not flood the world with plaques. Plaques are made in plaque factories. You are so dumb. Sheesh! Disease is a result of the fall of man. Man sinned and pain and suffering were the result of that sin. People make the choice to torture and murder children. People choose to put other people in concentration camps. If God himself tells you to do evil, it is your responsibility to show him your true heart and refuse. God would only be testing you to see if the evil has left the human psyche. God is waiting for human kind to stop killing one another and focus on his holy love. I will pray that you get over your anger and accept the holy love of God the creator.

Jimmy Neutron's picture
After reading several of your

After reading several of your comments, I can see that you were a very good Christian back in the day, Cognostic! I bet you were one of the best and most convincing proselytisers around. It's clear that you can still remember, and are still able to articulate that point of view in such a way that it almost starts to sound like it actually makes sense.........well, until logic, rational thought and critical thinking skills are applied, of course. But when does that ever stop a good Christian?! I especially appreciate the way you use those skills now to sarcastically expose how absurd that reasoning is in the first place! Kudos.

Cognostic's picture
You can't be logical without

You can't be logical without God. God gave us logic. The very laws of logic are contingent on God. The fact that you use them demonstrates that you have god in your heart. You are a believer whether you admit it or not. Disbelief in god is illogical. The Laws of Logic are a reflection of the way God thinks and they cannot exist without Him any more than your reflection in a mirror can exist without you. God has always existed, laws of logic have always reflected His thinking.

If you are going to engage the theists, it behooves you to understand the dumb-shit arguments they use to justify their moronic claims.

LogicFTW's picture
Wow cog you are scary good at

Wow cog you are scary good at this. Apologist groups should pay you to write their arguments for them. Even your sarcastic example is way better then their typical argument

Rohan M.'s picture
@LogicFTW And may I add, Cog,

@LogicFTW And may I add, Cog, your sarcastic examples of presuppositionalism are right on the money. The one you posted about "logic coming from God" perfectly highlights the utter absurdity of the transcendental argument.

Cognostic's picture
Thank's. I find it easier

Thank's. I find it easier to deal with the fools when I can use their shit just like they do. Parody for comedic effect is occasionally a powerful tool. No I imagine someone is going to tell me that my actions were immoral because I can have no morality without god. "Yes I am an immoral bastard and I have raped, killed, murdered, sodomized, and molested as many people as I have wanted to in this life. Currently that number stands at "ZERO," but it could change any day now as I don't have a book or a god telling me the difference between right and wrong.

Jimmy Neutron's picture
Oh, I definitely understand

Oh, I definitely understand their 'dumb-shit arguments', Cog, believe me. As a matter of fact I used to espouse them on a daily basis in my younger days. I'm just super thankful to God that He allowed me come to my senses and reject their illogical absurdity several years ago. And believe it or not, He did that for me without me even having prayed and asked Him to. This provides even more proof that God is great!.

Cognostic's picture
Yes. God is great, god is

Yes. God is great, god is good, and he answers prayers. I can prove it. I have never not had a prayer answered by God. And sometimes his greatest gifts are unanswered prayers. God has a plan and even when he says "no" it is still a response to prayer. The Atheists are blind and can not see the truth of this.

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Spelling the word "atheist"

Spelling the word "atheist" with a big A? Spot on!

Oh, and while I know you are using massive sarcasm, lemme guess: you're capitalizing the "A" because atheism is "just another religion"? Pfft. Yeah, like unemployment is "just another job".

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Rohan M. RE: Atheist.

Rohan M. RE: Atheist. Well, even if it is not exactly classified as a religion it is a world view. Hitler, Stalin, Pol Pot, Kim Jong-un, and Mao have all used it to control the masses. (Everyone Knows That!)

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Yes, exactly. We all know

Cog RE:

Atheist. Well, even if it is not exactly classified as a religion it is a world view. Hitler, Stalin, Pol Pot, Kim Jong-un, and Mao have all used it to control the masses. (Everyone Knows That!)

Yes, exactly. We all know that communism is totally not a good-in-theory-but-easy-to-abuse political/economic idea. It's just another way of saying "atheism". And the morally corrupt acts committed by those communustic despots you mentioned were totally not done out of paranoia and/or thirst for power. They did them completely, absolutely, 100% in the name of "no God" BECAUSE I SAID SO! You know who also doesn't believe in God? Us! Therefore we MUST all be a bunch of evil Joseph Stalin clones! Checkmate, atheists!

Oh, and also... I (kind of) have a moustache. Stalin also had a moustache. Therefore I AM EVIL!!! And Stalin also attended a Catholic school, so therefore everyone who attends or has attended a Catholic school must also be evil...

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@Rohan

@Rohan

Well, I do have a mustache, but I never attended any Catholic schools. Guess that makes me only quasi-evil. Basically, though, that just means I plan to take over the world in a nefarious manner, but I also like puppies and kittens.

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