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Music / Ukulele Jim 'Honey Wine'
« Last post by HnauHnakrapunt on April 12, 2021, 09:42:04 AM »
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General Discussion / Re: Generation X the book
« Last post by Andrew162 on April 12, 2021, 06:39:58 AM »
I definitely enjoy every little bit of it and I have you bookmarked to check out new stuff of your blog a must read blog!
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Dudeist Spiritualism / Re: Is Dudeism atheism?
« Last post by BikerDude on April 11, 2021, 05:46:21 PM »
Most of the Atheists I've spoken with were far too uptight for my tastes about people believing in a Deity or Deities.  I much prefer an Agnostic stance, because I haven't experienced anything that leads me to absolutely believe there is some form of Supreme Being at work behind everything we know, but I'm not so arrogant that I can absolutely positively say there is no God.  *shrug*  Besides, remaining neutral on the subject just seems more Dudeist anyway.
Then you are an atheist.
It's a common misconception that "Agnostic" in the context of religious belief is a neutral position.
It is a specific type of atheism.
Agnosticism speaks to the epistemological question.
It is a position that says it is impossible for anyone to justify a belief in God.
"If there is a God no one can ever know it."
Whereas the typical atheist believes that if there is a God it would be possible to show evidence but since no evidence has been shown belief is not warrented.
Atheism doesn't say "there is no God". Typically it's more like "it sounds pretty unlikely and without solid evidence I'm filing it under superstition."
If the answer to the question "does God exist" is yes, you are a theist.
Any other answer, you are an atheist. Including "I don't know".
Theists believe in God, atheists don't.
Beyond that some atheists say "I believe there is no God".
Others take the Agnostic position that it is impossible for anyone to know. "
Most just say" show me the evidence and I'll believe".
But unless a person affirmatively believes in God, they are an atheist.
"I don't know" is essentially synonymous with "I don't believe".
Knowledge is a prerequisite of belief.

As far the Dude's stance the only evidence we have is the reading material on his bookshelf which is decidedly atheist in subject matter. The only mention of anything religious has to do with Walter's Judaism, which seems to be a source of annoyance to the Dude. In any event the Dude would avoid arguing about it. That has nothing to do with his beliefs. He'd say "fuck it" and steal the rug on the way out.
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Funny Shtuff / Sell duck?
« Last post by BikerDude on April 10, 2021, 10:39:24 AM »
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Dudeist Spiritualism / Re: Is Dudeism atheism?
« Last post by Reverend Al on April 08, 2021, 09:04:51 PM »
Most of the Atheists I've spoken with were far too uptight for my tastes about people believing in a Deity or Deities.  I much prefer an Agnostic stance, because I haven't experienced anything that leads me to absolutely believe there is some form of Supreme Being at work behind everything we know, but I'm not so arrogant that I can absolutely positively say there is no God.  *shrug*  Besides, remaining neutral on the subject just seems more Dudeist anyway.
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General Discussion / Re: Haven't been here in a while
« Last post by BikerDude on April 04, 2021, 12:44:19 PM »
He fixes the cable?
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My dudes, I'm a chill dude in search of like-minded dudes to help get the word out about Dudeism. I'm a 27yo college student and being forced to do an ethnographic study about the literacies of any particular online community, since schoolwork totally sucks usually, I decided to do my study over something that can spread positivity out into the world man. I've always loved the movie that started it all but after exploring Dudeism I've already committed to becoming a member and getting ordained after this semester. It just really speaks to my inner dude and I think being a dudeist can prepare and help you through anything this big ole sumbitch called life tries to throw at ya.

I'm looking for dudes to take part in my study as research participants, it won't be super time-consuming or anything, I'll just ask you some questions about Dudeism and how it's affected, changed, or impacted your life, etc. Also if it's cool with you I'd ask some general questions about yourself or your life but nothing intense or intruding man, just stuff for the study. I can share more about myself or the study upon requests, just hit ya boi up y'all. In his name, we abide.

If you're interested you can pm me on here, email your dude, or reply here. Much love.
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General Discussion / Re: Dudeism
« Last post by chilldudenamedwill on April 02, 2021, 12:04:18 PM »
My dudes, I'm a chill dude in search of like-minded dudes to help get the word out about Dudeism. I'm a 27yo college student and being forced to do an ethnographic study about the literacies of any particular online community, since schoolwork totally sucks usually, I decided to do my study over something that can spread positivity out into the world man. I've always loved the movie that started it all but after exploring Dudeism I've already committed to becoming a member and getting ordained after this semester. It just really speaks to my inner dude and I think being a dudeist can prepare and help you through anything this big ole sumbitch called life tries to throw at ya.

I'm looking for dudes to take part in my study as research participants, it won't be super time-consuming or anything, I'll just ask you some questions about Dudeism and how it's affected, changed, or impacted your life, etc. Also if it's cool with you I'd ask some general questions about yourself or your life but nothing intense or intruding man, just stuff for the study. I can share more about myself or the study upon requests, just hit ya boi up y'all. In his name, we abide.
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General Discussion / Re: Welcome to the Dudeism.com forum
« Last post by chilldudenamedwill on April 02, 2021, 12:00:22 PM »
My dudes, I'm a chill dude in search of like-minded dudes to help get the word out about Dudeism. I'm a 27yo college student and being forced to do an ethnographic study about the literacies of any particular online community, since schoolwork totally sucks usually, I decided to do my study over something that can spread positivity out into the world man. I've always loved the movie that started it all but after exploring Dudeism I've already committed to becoming a member and getting ordained after this semester. It just really speaks to my inner dude and I think being a dudeist can prepare and help you through anything this big ole sumbitch called life tries to throw at ya.

I'm looking for dudes to take part in my study as research participants, it won't be super time-consuming or anything, I'll just ask you some questions about Dudeism and how it's affected, changed, or impacted your life, etc. Also if it's cool with you I'd ask some general questions about yourself or your life but nothing intense or intruding man, just stuff for the study. I can share more about myself or the study upon requests, just hit ya boi up y'all. In his name, we abide.

Feel free to message on here or shoot your dude an email. willrules072493@gmail.com
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