02/19/2018 (Mon) 03:52:38
I'm really on the sideline in this debate, I'm looking at it from an unbiased perspective. Sorry, but I don't want to live under old USSR standards of faith discrimination as I am older and have learned exactly what that leads to. I take a logical approach "live and let live." As long as people are not hurting one another let bygones be bygones.
People are entitled to their own opinions whether they be based on facts or not. Just because you hold hostility against Christians does not mean they should be banned from their beliefs (whether true or false). And I hardly doubt you have any proof that Christ's resurrection did not happen. If you did, so would others and thus the debate would be over by now. Even the most brilliant scientists will admit they cannot prove God does not exist. No human can, thats why faith
exists in the first place, we are not handed proof, we either choose to believe or choose not to believe. And until we all die we won't ever find that out.
If there is one thing science cannot prove its what happens to "us" ("us" as in our energy fields / mindsets / souls) after we die. It has always been and likely will always remain a mystery for human kind.