Oct 2, 2011

91 "What if you're wrong and there’s a God"

Skeptic answers: I assume what it really means to ask is, “What if you are wrong and there's a Bible God?”   

I'll flip the question: “What if you're wrong and there's no Bible God?” Then what? Should you worship Isis of Egypt or other goddess or god instead? I'd say no; that wouldn't do any good. It seems to me there are Christians who attend church just in case their God exists. But their taking the position of "just in case" fails to convince the non-theist. 

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49 Pascal’s Wager: Just believe and go to heaven

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