I don't demand belief. That's your choice.<quoted text>Well it has no logic that thoughts are in these spirits because their is no brain.
Now if you can show a logical way thoughts could exist outside the brain, you might have an actual basis to demand belief.
But as always, religion demands blind faith because it cannot actually show anything concrete.
I believe we existed before we came here as spirits. I believe that spirit is temporarily housed in this body here on earth. It will be separated from the body at death, and reunited at judgment day. Since I believe that we all decided to come here, I believe we were able to think before coming to earth, so logically I believe that our spirit is really who we are, and the body is a perishable housing for the spirit.
This is why you still feel the same even though you are older. The mind is willing but the flesh is weak. This will make sense to anyone who has played a pickup game of basketball over the age of 40.
You have attempted to debunk my beliefs for some time now by saying there is no evidence or logic to support them, even though I have explained why I believe there will be no physical proof because it is one of the reasons I believe we are on earth.
But I still haven't received an answer from you that proves how God was not needed to start the chain of events that produced our current state. Did you try the air hockey experiment I spoke of?