Very good! And it exists, as is, no matter what man may or may not believe. All the imaginings of man added together will not produce even one small god out there somewhere in the real world. Only within the minds of those wishing it to the point of accepting imagination as truth.
Actually, Wilderness, I think you are exactly where you need to be with that request. I know Julie, Rory and Ed have all mentioned having dragons. If memory serves, there has also been talk of unicorns, (with leprechaun jockeys no less). Someone here should at least be able to give you a lead on getting one.
I can testify to total awesomeness here! My daughter received this cuddly pink Happy Napper last year for Christmas and it was a hit! They are adorable, hold up well, and make wonderful travel companions
I think so. All I saw was my son sitting on thin air and flying in a weird pattern so I had to assume that my son is a superhero or I'm extremely drunk (but I don't drink). That was until I smelled the sulphur. Then I put two and two together
No. .. just atheists that believe something without a good reason and without evidence. That's what faith is. Not all atheists are identical, just like not all theists are identical. Skepticism and atheism are not the same. I wish they were.
They could be described that way based on descriptions and definitions that include the word faith. Theism is based entirely on a faith in gods and their existence while atheism is a complete lack of that faith.
What do we indicate to - when we use the word - real? Are imaginations real? Well - when we imagine - we are obviously doing/using something (materialists = electricity of the nervous system/ others = spirit).So -...
I wrote a hub on how faith is not required in order to be an atheist. Someone requested that I turn it into a forum thread as well. My position is that atheism, by definition, is the lack of a belief in a...