I don't doubt that many nonbelievers have meaningful lives as far as this
earthly life is concerned. However, there is no proof one way or another that
there is an afterlife, or that death ends it all. Both sides have to accept that
their particular beliefs or opinions come down to a matter of faith--in God, or
in the unproven theory that he does not exist. It all comes down to where one is
willing to place his or her faith. Personally, I'll stick with Alma:
"...all things denote there is a God; yea, even the bearth, and call things
that are upon the face of it, yea, and its dmotion, yea, and also all the
eplanets which move in their regular form do witness that there is a Supreme
Creator." But please, don't confuse this with creationism, that view
contradicts common sense and denotes total misinterpretations of scripture.
voiceofreason1234What you fail to admit us the complete fiction of
the feigned faith you express. My family and my story are rich and meaningful
without any religious concoctions.
Dear Scientist, what you fail to recognize is that without God, you would not
have a family (whether or not you choose to believe it - one day you will.....)
I thank God for my family!
I share my story with loved ones through blogging and journals. The essence of
my story: a wonderful life, with no god needed!