Most nodes regarding "God
" could be considered preaching to the choir
around here. No one can say for sure if there is or is not a god
. You may believe in God
, you may not, but one thing neither you nor anyone else can do is say if God exists
or does not exist.
We are all involuntary Agnostics
. I find it rather amusing
that people still debate on a topic that cannot be proven with logic alone. I also find it amusing that non-Christians
always feel it necessary to argue with Christians about the topic of God inside the contexts of their religion, looking for that loophole in dogmatic law. It is always an "away game" when arguing with a Christian
, anything that resembles sound logical thinking
that does not reflect their belief can be explained away on the last front with the simple explanation that it is gods will, or that they may not know, but they believe. Their religion entitles them to be correct all of the time without exception
, how can you argue
with that sort of "logic"?
I envy Christians
in the same way that I envy people with Downs Syndrome
. There is always an answer for those who have faith the same way that someone who has not the cognitive power
to think rationally
is constantly at peace with themselves and their environment.
Granted, it isn't really fair to those of us who are trying to rationalize our existence
without the benefit of faith. To say I don't believe
in God would be a lie. It's not that I believe in the old white-haired spreader of famine
and tosser of lightning bolts. I believe there is "Something". That's all, that epitomizes
the extent of my faith, and I am shamed to admit that it has absolutely no root in logic
. I think there is probably something out there. Be it the Father of Jesus
or the Tongan god of Death
, I couldn't say.
Fuck if I know
, and neither do you
Jesus...I put it through a spell checker and almost vomited... All fixed now.