*From:* "s3raph...@yahoo.com [FairfieldLife]"
---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <turquoiseb@...> wrote :
*/If you were find out for sure that there is NO God, would you feel a
sense of loss, as if your life had been diminished in some way or
wasted believing in one?/*
*/We non-theists wouldn't. It would have no impact on our lives
Of course it would have no impact for non-theists! What a dumb
comparison. The corresponding question for *non-theists* should be:
"If you were to find out for sure that there IS a God, would you feel
a sense of loss, as if your life had been diminished in some way or
wasted not believing in one?"
How would you answer that?
On 11/21/2014 12:01 AM, TurquoiseBee wrote:
*/Already answered in another thread -- absolutely nothing would
change in my life. /*
/If you saw "little green men" from Mars, you would change your mind
about believing in little green men from Mars or you would be in denial.
You are not making any sense./
/You are not even being logical - everyone changes when they absorb
knowledge - the very act of sensing causes changes in the nervous
system. You can never step into the same river twice - everything is
based on change.
The only thing that is "absolutely" non-changing is the Being itself
which never changes. Go figure./