You missed the whole point. Belief in god happens from a physical occurrence, that being the fact that human brains with imaginations exist. If god is nothing more than a “real feeling”  (as opposed to what? “fake feelings”?) in your brain then to talk about existence makes no sense. I’m not impressed by a god who only exists in the minds of some people, a god that is distinguishable from a feeling or pure imagination.
Hopefully the previous made more sense.Thanks for replying!In reason:-FA

You missed the whole point. Belief in god happens from a physical occurrence, that being the fact that human brains with imaginations exist. If god is nothing more than a “real feeling”  (as opposed to what? “fake feelings”?) in your brain then to talk about existence makes no sense. I’m not impressed by a god who only exists in the minds of some people, a god that is distinguishable from a feeling or pure imagination.

Hopefully the previous made more sense.
Thanks for replying!

In reason:
-FA

  1. buhguhz said: I stand by my point and agree with everything you said.
  2. thebananafish707 said: that was a delicious answer.
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