posted on Jul, 22 2014 @ 11:04 AM
I feel terrible for this guy. He is obviously a throwback to a time when humans believed themselves and their world the "center of the universe." This
doesn't leave him anywhere to go when the evidence prove otherwise. It's a horrible trap, and it can't be overcome in the minds of those who believe
the Bible to be infallible, rather than just one perspective of God, told by primitive desert dwellers on one part of the Earth.
I suspect that if God exists, it set in motion the creation of the entire universe, and none of that was revealed in the Jewish Bible. Stubbornly
clinging to an incomplete, and hopelessly dated worldview is not a key to enlightenment, or to a reunification of spirit. Hamm is like a "doctor" who
still believes "bleeding" the patient is the key to recovery, doesn't believe in germs, and never sanitizes his instruments.
No wonder his perspective is so shallow.
edit on 22-7-2014 by 0zzymand0s because: (no reason given)