Take it as an insult, if you choose to see it that way. I am basing the post on what I read by you and nothing else.
I would not insult you in so serious a manner. I might call you names in fun. But, here, I see the same obsessive compulsion to preach the message I have seen all my life in Baptist gatherings. Not the same message - the same fervent conviction that must proselytize.
Where Science and Reason fall flat we’re forced to depend upon Intuition. But mine says there’s something more to the Universe than the simple random bouncing of particles off one another
I am not basing my statement on this thread, only, but on years of reading you. It is my observation and you may take it or leave it. I hope you will not write me off of your list of friends.
Given the fervor, Frank, with which you preach your particular creed, i can't say that EB is far off in the comparison.
I do not have to guess what the theists say they know, just like the only vegan at a barbecue, they will let me know what they believe.
The rest of it, for me, is moot, it matters not to me if someone wants to deny that an imaginary being does not exist. (Say that out loud until you figure out what I'm saying.) Or wants to proclaim anything as true simply based on conjecture.
My conjecture is this: someone started this thread to discuss the characteristics of god. I say, again, that the only characteristic shared by all gods is that they are imaginary until otherwise proven real.
that they are imaginary until otherwise proven real.
That is very interesting. The yawn had to do with being tired, not bored.
I like the idea of an infinite universe.
What's the difference?
One of them exists, at least, presently.
Joe(yeahyeah, IF existence is real, I know)Nation