God or No God – And the Winner Is?

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    (Spoiler, the winner is Science. And Possibilianism.)

    PBS, The Brain with David Eagleman (paywalled except for previews)




    No God. How can there be when there are so many discepencies in our written historical records. I would include religious documents and writings as well. How many men sat and wrote about the things they saw or witnessed and said to themselves, ” I can’t write about this, they will think I am crazy, so I will just write what they want to hear.”

    I find it hard to understand how so many can deny scientific fact and re-write history for their own appeasement. Of course, even many scientists refuse to believe certain possibilities. Our history, as it is writte could be wrong in many areas. Not all areas, but many. And yet many of us believe what we are taught. I like to question ancient history and sometimes I  am riduculed for it. Sorry kids, there simply is no god. I maintain man created god as a way to control and force his beliefs on others.

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