So this is a confession of believing in something for comfort rather than reason?
If so, then 'sokay.
12/15/2006 9:38:40 AM
Tom S. Fox
"Help! Don't wake me up from my dream world!"
3/10/2008 3:27:04 AM
If you're already going to deny all logic and reason, then why bother going for the Christian afterlife? It's not like it's got any more of a "promise" than making up your own about cotton candy and lollipops. Doing it because it's popular is just weak.
8/5/2008 6:02:37 AM
Then you are truly mentally weak.
8/5/2008 2:55:53 PM
"I don't want to be free from the matrix!"
12/22/2008 8:57:35 AM
12/22/2008 9:32:26 AM
Why don't you go work for Alcor or the Methuselah Institute then? They're looking for the antidote of aging via an extensive array of scientific experiments. And if their solutions work out in the next century only, well, there's always cryonics.
Discover life BEFORE death, at least it's undeniably real!
1/21/2009 11:49:53 AM
"Who wants to live forever?
Who dares to love forever?"
Queen, it's a kind of magic, 1983(?)
Really, why are you so afraid of death?
1/21/2009 11:56:24 AM
well at least he's honest
1/21/2009 12:27:50 PM
How many other Christians hold to faith due to Occums Razor?
1/22/2009 3:59:54 PM
Not fundie. This is not my opinion, but its honest, self-actualized and does not make any claim about reality.
For emotional, a belief in the afterlife is an operational assumption...an axiom that is necessary for life to make sense. For a scientist, the operational assumption is that the world is real and that we can learn about it by experiencing it. This is nothing that can be proven or substantiated empirically because it is a necessary assumption for empiricism. Neither claim is logically more valid than the other.
1/22/2009 4:17:38 PM
Stop being a fucking baby and face reality.
1/22/2009 7:21:34 PM