Originally posted by Grampy BobbyAre you asking if people think that the reality of faith in a supreme being as an aspect of human history has been a positive, negative, or neutral factor?
[b]If God didn't exist...
"If God didn't exist, what possible difference would it make whether or not people put their faith in Him?" -JV.
Originally posted by RBHILLHow Do We Know that We Exist?
Originally posted by sonhouseGreetings, friend. Self evident in my view. If the time honored game of chess was only a figment and didn,t exist what difference
How do you go about proving that statement?
Originally posted by stellspalfieWe possess self awareness (as illustrated in your question), self determination free will and an immortal soul.
How Do We Know that We Exist?
"An answer to the question 'How do we know that we exist?' is not easy to articulate. Existence is one of those truths which philosophers call self-evident truths, that is to say, a truth that one cannot demonstrate. In general, the most one can do about self-evident truths is to show that it is absurd not to accept them ...[text shortened]... s it or not by way of choice."
lame? i think not. id say very relevant to your statement.