This is indeed a legitimate and profoud philosophical question.
I am inclined to say that there is something of the "self"...
All theists should consider God a close personal friend imho.
The OP gives a subjective account of being comforted by God not attempting to prove God.
But the OP doesn't take on the burden of proving a higher power...
The human nature in general is part of reality so what does it matter?
Are there some religions you think are founded on violence, and others that aren't?
Are there some religions you think...
Some vanity is happening.
By *as we know it* I mean something that we don't know of may be the case, it doesn't have to go to science of the gaps.
Speaking colloquially it's from nothing and I said cause and effect as we know it.
The conclusion we can draw from there being no identifiable cause is that cause and effect as we know it does not apply to quantum fluctuations...
In other words we don't know that virtual particles come from nothing.
It doesn't support the idea in principle that something can come from nothing virtual particles come from something (fluctuations...
Concepts like square circles or absolutely strictly immovable objects are ultimately meaningless because even with many scientific observations we...
This info is not going to stop most religious people from getting their children circumcised.
As I've stated above emotions are highly subjective what appears downright good to one can be bad according to social norms, I'm afraid this is not a...
Hate is an emotion, emotions are highly subjective so it's no wonder that hate is sometimes needed same goes for anger, love... Love then can...
Hate can be good or bad that means hate is sometimes needed.
^Well there can only be one God without any limits.
The issue isn't whether humans can be moral but will they be moral regardless of having the potential for morality.
I haven't claimed ER is the only energy there are kinetic energy, potential energy and mass is a form of energy as well.
I haven't claimed that...
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