Sunday, May 25, 2008

A Bit Busy

But what about thinking about this?

An Oxbridge chaplain’s classic answer to such, repeated recently on the Ship and worth repeating here
Tell us about this god you don’t believe in, because it is likely that we don’t believe in that one either. But we DO believe in something that may make sense to you too.

from CBP

1 comment:

Roses and Jessamine said...

I'm thinking that whenever a non-believer challenges me: "prove to me that God exists" my usual response is: "prove to me that He doesn't".

If belief rests on "proof" alone, or reasonable evidence, how is it that not every man has that knowledge?

Free will to believe in what doesn't make sense or what does.

So the challenge is how to show our faith to non-believers with reason.

This is all-important now with the HFE Bill.

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