Indeed Shakepen, the lack of any real evidence is overwhelming. Its silence speaks volumes. But then again, I would never subscribe to the God presented by most Christians. My personal feeling is that there may well be something beyond this existence - or not. But I can't possibly argue for or against it with any real conviction because there is no evidence of life after death and obviously there can be no evidence to the contrary - you can't prove a negative, especially of that nature.
What baffles me is how nasty and filled with self-righteous indignation the combatants of this argument become. It rather belies the whole "Christian" approach to life, or am I missing something here?
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