In this present world, faith is one of the great catalysts in man's mentality, and the two major faiths have influenced the way people thought and conduct their lives. The common faith has been put aside or has lost popular coverage in African culture, but many people do observe it in their diverse cultures.
Those people who practice secular worship are religious as well, but they prefer to worship a separate diet, both coming into the thiest category. Anyone who believes in a god or diet, whether it is a Muslim, Christian, Buddhist, Hindu, Ifa, etc.
Individuals who hide behind it and perform certain atrocities have often violated faith as a whole, but an objective individual recognizes that no religion encourages or condones vices. Hate, abuse, unlawful sexual affairs, assassination, among several others are preached against by all major faiths.
There are also atheists who do not believe in the presence of a deity or gods, and these individuals are dispersed across the planet, with little diet within their reach, holding their ground. On Twitter, a lady called Ifa Funsho, who is an atheist, questioned why God has to be revered because life should be a blessing from Him.
She has a number of tweets challenging the reasoning skills of men and whether people believe in modern faiths.
In her terms, "I never asked for universe to be existed, I never asked to be born, so how did I owe God anything? Theists will say life is a gift from God. If it's a gift, why is worshiping God expected in return? it's like getting charged for a service you never ordered. How do I owe God?"
Everyone is entitled to do anything they choose to practice, and one of the best forms of schooling is respect to the religion of another. As she is an atheist, her intentions on this subject are personal. Naturally, atheists are open to debate but need to be persuaded by a thiest beyond questioning that there is a diet deserving of worship.
If you have any stronger reason to offer to her as a theist or a believer in God on how man owes God because of the gift of life?
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