It's just I can't quite get my head round all the implications of there being no God at all yet it actually feels like the most logical conclusion.
This is what I think about your statement above.
I can see your point, but if I embrace that point then I become spiritually dead.
Man is a triune being; spirit, soul and body.
I agree with many of the above posters as Joe Grundy said, I question everything.
And as leavingwt said "God has a sense of humor and is in no hurry" to that I will add, Life
is a journey enjoy the ride.
I have read most of Dawkins, and Sam Harris, some of Hitchens. Just to cover all the basses.
I have also read the bible cover to cover numerous times.
I question everything, and try to be aware of as much as I can.
What I take from the bible, is that the only thing that the God of this universe, the God of life wants
from us is to have faith in him. And I also take from the bible that the God of this life is Jesus and if
I believe in him I will have eternal life.
I try to keep it that simple and not worry about the details, the scripture says we are saved by faith.
The scriptures also say each person must work out his own salvation,
In my life the working out my salvation is maintaining the simple faith that there is a God and if I believe in
him everyting will work out.
For me the simple saying "know God know peace, No God no peace" is true.
If I believe there is a God and he wants me to have faith that everything will be alright, I have peace.
If I keep trying to put God under the microscope and prove him by my and mans understanding, if I keep trying to
peel away the layers of God as if he is an onion, then God will be an onion and when I peel away all the layers
I will have tears in my eyes.