Originally posted by living in a cave
Quote: "So the bottom line is simply this - Sam wasted 20 minutes restating the obvious in a vain and immature attempt to look like a philosopher and a deep thinker. Simultaneously he o ...[text shortened]... g that it is suddenly this moral barometer, is the antic of a secular simpleton."
Of course, some may argue that this belongs in the spirituality forum, but not me. I will then talk about spirituality and let the chips fall where they may.
I often scratch my head when people say that science has proven to them that God is not real for much of the same reasons. Science is ONLY limited to the material world and is simply a tool. To obtain meaning from science we must assign value to it in relation to our daily lives. In contrast, spirituality is focused entirely on meaning and value thus, it is much more relavant to me personally.
For example, as the scriptures indicate, God is love and love is the driving force in our lives. It is immaterial and in and of itself does not exist yet it is the single most important phenomenon in our lives.