Peet Brits

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Posted by Peet Brits on August 9, 2008

This is my reply to a post titled an experiment. It is about asking philosophical questions about, for example, God.  Thought I would share.

My Answer:

My current take on this is to just let it go, it is like spitting into the wind.

Most Christians I know would reply with an EMOTIONAL answer. Per definition Christianity is a relationship with God, thus an emotion not always explicable by those experiencing it.

Most non-Christians would also attempt to answer with something that is EMOTIONALLY BIASED against God, even if this is just on a subconscious level. They are convinced (believe from evidence/arguments) that God does not exist and therefore will search their logic only for those arguments that goes against God.

Show me the Christian that can assume for a moment God does not exist.
Show me the non-Christian that can assume for a moment that God does exist.


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