The difference between the two "scribblings" is that one is done by making observations, and the other is done with pure imagination. One has to do with facts and the other is nothing but fairy tales.
Excuse me ,but many observations of miracles have been made by scientists that could not be explained by science. Many acts of healing have been observed and experienced,and these FACTS are very much in the foundation of religious beliefs.
Uhhh.....stories in the Bible aren't proof of anything.
So what parallel universe do you live in where scientists have "observed" miracles?
sheye wrote:Quite frankly I think its you who chooses to live in the fairy tale, if you refuse to see that some religious beliefs were founded on observation and study of the unexplainable. These are facts that can be used to say there is a higher power than "science". What facts do you have to prove this is a fairy tale?
What "facts" do you have to prove it ain't a fairy tale?
sheye wrote:Keep your nickel....you might need it to buy yourself another silly fairy tale.
Gee thanx. If I had a nickel for every fairy tale told by man I'd be livin' large.
I don't believe what I believe because it's what I desire to believe. I believe what I believe because it's what logic and reason cause me to believe. All I want is to live with the truth -- nothing more, nothing less.