I’ve read once that if someone doesn’t understand something said in just few words, will not understand even if you’d talk for hours.
“The love of Christ controls and urges and impels us, because we are of the opinion and conviction that if One died for all, then all died; and He died for all, so that all those who live might live no longer to and for themselves, but to and for Him Who died and was raised again for their sake. Consequently, from now on we estimate and regard no one from a human point of view.” (2 Corinthians 5:14-16a)
This is the type of blog entry that really gets the “believers” heated. I like to say they are so blinded by their faith in the unreasonable that they refuse to take a long, hard look at the facts, and allow themselves to think for a minute that they could possibly be wrong. Also, although this blog entry targets Christians in particular, it could easily be applied to any religion.
My first thought anytime someone suggests a god is responsible for our existence is the following. Why do we believe in such a thing? Why is it that a book, written thousands of years ago by nomads wandering through the desert, could possibly be taken seriously in modern times? These unfortunate souls had no understanding of anything. They didn’t know why the Sun even came up each day. In fact, some of those people even thought the Sun must be…
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