My gut, my intuition and the faith passed on to me by my forefathers
I "believed" in (known) God with the first dreams I had as an infant. I brought that with me to this lifetime. It has been an attitude and knowledge that has been cultivated for thousands of years.
It's like the difference between someone who is color-blind and one who can see all colors clearly. Pretty frustrating for the color-blind person. They may even feel, at times, that everyone else is playing a cruel joke on them -- that such things as color differences don't really exist. For those of us who can see, this is not an issue.
Because of this knowledge (not belief), miracles are possible.
The more we are like God -- loving, lack of self-concern, fearlessly confident, humble and perfectly responsible, the more effortless things become.
by Peeples 4 years ago
What makes someone who wants to believe in a God incapable?No matter how much I want to be part of the majority my brain just doesn't allow for the belief in a God. What is different about the brains of non believers (or maybe it's just me) that makes me/us incapable of belief even when their is a...
by Fairbear 2 years ago
Two relatively similar people are presented with the Bible and the message of Christianity. Person one takes to it eagerly. Person two pushes it as far away as it will go. What is the difference between these two people? Lets add that the two people have identical upbringings, are the same sex,...
by Jacqui 3 years ago
Do believers actually hate the idea that we don't believe in a God?And can still be perfectly happy, reasonable, moral, good people? Not angry or immoral as we are often made out to be.Seeing as it was asked of us non-believers if we hated the idea of a God, it's time for believers to be asked..
by Carolyn 5 years ago
I feel that believing in one religion is not practical. Likewise, there is no way of knowing if there is one God, or any God for that matter. I'm not saying there's not either, though I do trust science it only goes so far... Some things will always be left unexplained. The bottom line is that with...
by Stump Parrish 2 years ago
A reader of my local paper (The Spartanburg Herald-Journal www.goupstate.com) sent this comment to our opinion section "The Stroller": TAKE MY CHANCES': "A local reader" observes that as Christmas approaches there seems to be a proliferation of comments from people who tend to...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 3 years ago
What makes some people to see their religious books as the ONLY authoritative point of reference inwhich to refer to, judge, & analyze the world, instead of taking a more logical, educated, & scientific approach in analyzing the world events & conditions?
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