Why don't people believe in Dragons if they believe in God? What's the difference here? I'm not an atheist, I'm just curious.
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This is a question that leads us to think. The biggest limitation of man is only being able to understand known things.... voted up.
Ranked the answer up because I agree with God ascending reality - look, I'm not christian, my religion is another, but I do believe something transcends reality so you have a point there.
I don't believe Atlantis existed though (in the sunken way)
People have more incentives to believe God... indeed... I agree
One thing is for sure... we, as finite beings, are unable to understand the infinity of non-existence. Does it even exists?
Ranked the answer up, yes I can see Dragons don't alter my moral compass at all, but then that raises me another question.
If God moves our moral compass, isn't that because of the idea that he may like me to do this and not that?
I think a lot of people live in fear and change their moral compass according to if people or God like what they do or don't do. As you age you begin to see truth in your Gods teachings. That there are consequences for your actions.
Hi, as I said earlier, I believe in something superior to ourselves - do you think this immaterial God physically influences anything on our prism of existence?