• Natain

    So saying that there is a god is crazy.

    • 1111

      Under that logic, saying there is is as crazy as saying there isn’t. There are a lot of crazy things in life that cannot truly be proven but are concepts we have just come to accept: like happiness and love.

      • Natain

        Saying anything at all is against reason, is my point. There is no pointed evidence for or against existence of a supreme being except for text books written by superstitious men in the tribal era (edited further by more men between then and now). Love and happiness can be pointed to. It is an expression through action, we can go so far as to point at the chemical responsible for being ‘happy’. Pump someone full of this and they become giggly over the death of their spouse or other such nonsense (not making light of death here, just an observation). Existence of god cannot be ‘pointed’ to as a concept, as there is no evidence that the natural order requires intelligent intervention. We -thought- it was a god who moved the sun and the moon, until we discovered gravity. We -thought- heaven was in the clouds until we flew a plane over their tops and saw the stars. God was born as a concept to cradle our lack of understanding, and lingers on in the places we cannot explain such as existence and what happens after death. I apologize if I sound preachy, but I enjoy arguments like this.

        • 1111

          My comics do not claim God is a supreme being, in fact, if you read my About page, I define 1111’s concept of God as an entity which is infinitely everything at the same time, and I am using the word entity very loosely. I never even claimed ‘him’ to be intelligent. Most of my comics are musing on black and white definitions of this entity, and how other characters (such as fish) might view this entity.

          • Natain

            Guess we are each talking about different things then. I’m too often arguing with Christians, and like the hammer everything is starting to look like a nail. Carry on :P

  • BottomBreeder

    My fish knew me as the Ghod that fed them. They always came to the surface of the pond or the aquarium when they say me – they were well trained Fish-Sheep.

  • Kyle

    Musings like these make me feel better about my inability to decide in my own mind whether God exists or not. I do not like the trappings of religion but i do not blame them for hoping for the existence of him.