posted on Dec, 12 2010 @ 11:27 PM
I feel compelled to offer two competing thoughts, plus one bonus round:
1) your conceptualization is obviously well thought out and articulated. Further, any rational individual concerned for his/her/family's future
well-being has a responsibility to keep an open mind and this self-categorizes itself as uppoel level threat and concern
2) however, the fact that you have been requested at least three different times for background, unencumbered facts, "proof", etc and you have not
or cannot generate even one verifiable or actionable bit of information renders your argument impotent. Don't misunderstand, I think we can see the
point to be made, but without evidence to submit I suspect you could have generated just as stimulating discussion by asking opinions and offering
yours as such
Bonus question: you labeled all religion "lies". Does this mean that my deep, personal faith in God means I can never know the truth as you see it?
I believe that God is all He has been expressed to be and possibly more, but I readily admit I have no hard proof beyond my personal belief. I believe
God has little to no obligation to us in any form and could easily have created or simply allowed the many unexplained events and phenomena in our
universe and owes us no explanation whatsoever.
Therefore, I offer you the benefit of a doubt and would like to research your claims more closely in the near future all the while hoping (and
praying) you will be wrong. My question is are you willing to consider giving God the same benefit?