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Sorry, but I trust my intuition for everything.
Including my faith in God.
That's the current fad, that suicide bombers do what they do out of religious faith in an afterlife.
While that may be true in some cases, it isn't in others.
Look at Japanese kamikazes. They didn't do it for any faith or deity, they did it for family and national honor & pride.
You hear "suicide bomber" and you instantly think, "Allua Akbar! BOOM". How do you know which of those men did it for faith and which did it following orders? You don't. You don't like religious faith do you bland it on that.
Intuition drives more than just religious faith. It's how you know how hard to hit your brakes when that dumb dog wanders into the street.
It also tells you what may go bump in the dark and keeps you wary.
I fully trust my intuition.
I never said my beliefs are right, I said they are my beliefs. I feel they're right , my gut feeling tells me so.
I don't define God. He's already defined for me. That's the difference.
Then you're still wrong. I am part of that 'anyone' you talk about and I cannot replace God with your FSM.
Be careful about that intuition thing.
I once had an intuition to confront a hotsie-totsie to ask her why she had 2 breast sizes?
She slapped me with her largest one...lol
I still have the shiner to prove it.
I like reading your posts.
You don't condemn others for not believing the way same way 'you' do but simply present your POV.
That's why I can detect a very fruitful and interesting debate.
Did you know that Moses' god ,Yhwh, was already worshipped by the Midianites?
They knew Yhwh's name way before he did.