Unfortunately the high of "feeling good" about one's religion clouds the ability to ask the hard questions and be willing to accept the answers. It reminds of the experiment where a tasty treat was placed inside a box with a hole just big enough for the monkey to gain entry with his hand and secure the treat. The problem was that the hand could not be removed from the box while still grasping said treat. The monkey would refuse to drop the treat even as a perceived risk was presented. So goes it with the theists and their appetite for that goody called religion.
Ed... So true... I applaud your thought. You don't mind if I quote it someday in my post on FB?
Join Think Atheist
Welcome toThink Atheist
Get Started Nowor Sign In
Or sign in with:
Started by Jake LaFort in Small Talk. Last reply by Jake LaFort 7 seconds ago.
Started by Tyrion in Small Talk. Last reply by Gregg RThomas 17 hours ago.
Started by Fred Hampton in Religion and the Religious, Atheism and Atheists. Last reply by Gregg RThomas 21 hours ago.
Started by Fred Hampton in Quotes. Last reply by Fred Hampton 13 minutes ago.
Started by Fred Hampton in Welcome to Think Atheist. Last reply by Fred Hampton on Tuesday.
Sunday School March 26th 2017
Sunday School March 19th 2017
Sunday School March 12th 2017
Posted by Andrew Brown on March 30, 2017 at 3:30pm
Posted by Noon Alif on March 27, 2017 at 10:30am
© 2017 Created by umar.
Report an Issue |
Terms of Service
Please check your browser settings or contact your system administrator.