If you could prove to me that Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, Islam, Atheism, Taoism, Satanism, or any other religion or belief system was true, I would believe it. The only thing holding someone back would either be pride, selfishness, or delusion. Is something is proved to be true, you should believe it.
If something is proven to be true and you do not believe in it, that would be like saying " I don't believe in computers". Which is ridiculous because they obviously exist and you can't not believe in something that is real. The fact of the matter is Christianity cannot be proven true. Even on a hypothetical level, because you can't test whether or not Christianity is TRUE, only speculate, so it cannot be a hypothesis, there for, "If Christianity was proven to be true, would you believe it?" is not a hypothetical question because it cannot be tested. This question has no purpose but to feed the ego of people like Justin.Graves and all the other religious idiots that post these kinds of questions. (this is a repost of my comment i had made earlier)
I think what most of the people who answer no are saying that even if the God of x is proven to be true, then they still wouldn't worship them because of a, b, c, etc..., which really isn't what's being asked. If x religion was proven to be true and correct, then of course I would believe that religion was true and correct. The next question that would need to be asked would be if I would then choose to follow that religion, which is another question entirely.
It's as most of the previous arguments have stated. It's no longer a belief if it's proven. Christianity along with almost every religion are based on blind faith. Not evidence. If you can provide sufficient evidence to prove it's existence then you can only question if you agree with it or not, which allows room for the average person's opinion. Which means the opposing argument is a needless one, as what is proven is proven, if you can't believe in something that is factually proven then you lack intelligence, which is a whole different story.
That just shows to you evolutionist that you dont really stick with the facts. As you can see it says if it were to be "proven" and ask if you would believe it. You say no, which means you dont really stick with the facts, but only believe what you want to believe.
But, it has been proved to be false many times.
Their only source (the Bible) is full of (auto)contradictions, and therefore inconsistent with itself.
Nietzsche proved that even their ideology of life is also inconsistent.
Its not hard to make a model of a universe without god. Therefore the existence of god cannot be proved.
The mere existence of a all mighty god is inconsistent (the ones who wrote the bible didn't consider it because Russell paradoxes were unknown at that moment.)
Now, if you as whether or not I'd WORSHIP that god, different story. Absolutely not- the god described in the Judeo-Christian scriptures is a homicidal, genocidal, tyrannical megalomaniac.
Of course the question is entirely academic- there is no good evidence any god from any religion even exists, much less that any of the Abrahamic faiths in particular is correct.
Proving the dogmatic beliefs of Christianity can't be done because they are make-believe, e.G., God, the Devil, angels, heaven, Hades. As with all religions, the beliefs are all based on superstitious nonsense and rely on a supreme being. That supreme being cannot be proven. You either have faith or you do not.
1. A doctrine or a corpus of doctrines relating to matters such as morality and faith, set forth in an authoritative manner by a church.
Christians always enjoy to say how loving their God is. But if they actually read the Bible (specifically the Old Testament), they would see that Yahweh is not as loving as they claim. He killed over 2,000,000 people, while Satan only killed 10. Why anyone would want to worship such an hypocrite of a God is really confusing to me.
Why would I believe something that's true? Only a complete moron would do that. Everyone knows that you should believe everything that is false, because then you'll be right about everything. It is known by all that everything that is true is false, and everything that is false is true.
Even if it were true, it's just so morally unsound and logically shallow that I'd prefer to be in Hell with smart people than enjoy heaven with people who simply bought into it.
If Christianity took over the world, it would destroy the world and call it a "fulfillment of prophecy".
They are nothing more at this point than the world's largest doomsday cult.
A thesis isn't proven true by a random and unrelated hypothesis. Stupid! If I had more than fifty words I would slice you apart, surgically, taxidermilogically, and passionately, with my trusty knife of pain. I am so offended by you and your kind - you need to leave off, until you find some idea that has more substance to you it than a wilted grain of corn.