As a more specific example, consider the size of the human brain. If God exists, then it necessarily follows that a fully functional mind can exist without a body–and if that is true, God would have no reason to give us brains. We would not need them. For being minds like him, being “made in […]
God was invented to explain mystery. God is always invented to explain those things that you do not understand. Richard Feynman, American physicist, awarded Nobel Prize in 1965 See more
The case of Richard Charles Johnson is a strong argument for doing away with the death penalty.
What do you think? Is this agnosticism or something different entirely?
Not sure who ArionVII is, but his words capture the beauty of the Dawkins–Hitchens embrace.
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Carroll Spinney, 78, has been the human inside Big Bird since 1969. Click here to see more.