: : Note that a firm grasp of the answers is implied yet even in this ever shrinking universe there is no universally accepted theory.
: SDF: Which explains Stu's utter certainty in "creationism" etc.
: : Yo Sam, axiomatic claims of no God will do little to eliminate Him.
: SDF: Axiomatic claims of God will do little to make Him/Her any more real than the Tooth Fairy, Santa Claus, or the Great Pumpkin (with respects to Charles Schulz).
:: Garloo:: A world which you, in your infinite wisdom, have figured out to the letter, huh?. I
fail to see how Lark's faith in religion, or lack thereof, is germane to a discussion about
history and I don't care either. What I do know is that there is more courage and conviction
in his words, by orders of magnitude, than in your silly, lackluster posts. Maybe he gets it
from faith in "something that isn't really there." -I don't know.
:: Additionally, where you get off telling someone from Northern Ireland that faith amounts to
little more than an adolescent "struggling to make sense of the world" is beyond me. But then
again, lots of things are,
:: and I'm left wondering if you have equal contempt for Deep Ecologists for whom nature is
very much a religion.
Yo!! Garloo! You da man!
In Samual Day Fassbinder's world, he is God.