Atheism vs. Christian Religion

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Atheism vs. Christian Religion
Religion gives order or a meaning in one’s life. This is something one believes, practices, and follows devotedly. Atheism could be either the belief there is no God or the lack of beliefs of any Gods. The only similarity between Christianity and Atheism is that they both are ways to live. Differences in both atheism and Christianity are the beliefs, the ways to live, and the opinions on the subject. Atheism is the lack of a belief in a God. About 3 in 4 adults believe in the existence of the Christian Trinity: God the Father, Jesus, and the Holy Spirit. The bible is the Christian religion’s guide to their beliefs. Where did the universe come from? What happens to you when you die? These are a few of the questions peoples have that could determine what belief they may have. Atheists say the universe has always been here. They ask, “Where did God come from if He made the universe?” The idea of the universe had to come from somewhere, according to Christians, so a God is the only logical answer there is to that question. In the Atheism belief, they say when you die, your mind just dies. There is no higher power and you do not go to a Heaven or hell, but any Christian would beg to differ. The way of life of an Atheist varies, but the main living is carefree. They believe in nothing, so nothing would become of them for wrong doing. Their only belief is that a good person overall should be judged accordingly, given if there is a God. A Christian’s way of life is to worship and live for their God to please Him. Be a good citizen, help others, and set good examples. Atheism is more a religious issue than a belief to me. Everyone has their own opinion as well as beliefs on this subject. “We should believe in both God and an afterlife. The fear of judgment after death will deter us from committing immoral acts.” This was spoken by Keith Augustine in a debate. I believe that it is necessary to have a belief in a just...
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