It would seem like, if their god/gods are indeed for real, the order of the Universe won't be affected by the disbelief of some individual/s, and the believers wouldn't need to feel pressured to engage in discussions about their beliefs or the others lack of belief. If there is no problem, why to worry? and if there is a problem, why to worry? their god/gods will take care of it.
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Like this. Now, correct me if I got it wrong, it seems to imply that the worries are caused by character flaws and not by the non-believers themselves (which would apply to both groups of worriers, believers and the others)... isn't it?
Namaste, is it that spiritual world is only defined for believers? I noted that non-believers tend to think more and hardly rest satisfied by answers. Btw, isn't thoughts the basic component of an spiritual world? So non-believers are in it. ;)
Perhaps, but one would strongly suspect that the reasons (the why?) would be very different for each side. What you think the believers reasons for worrying are? Then we might address the non-believers' reasons in another question.
Often I think all sides have this illusion that "they" are the only saving way. That in itself is an instant conflict and raises the desire to convience the other to change ways. It is usually the unknown we fear, like why do "they" do that?
At last notice, non-believers don't believe in salvation, so for them the "saving way" doesn't ring a bell. Are you telling that "salvation" is cause for the believer to worry about non-believers? That's a good point to ponder 'bout, do tell more...