Nan says the dude has no real existence. The cuddly one says it is a mistake to think the devil is a myth.
I think the author of this article is not serious. He claims, boldy, that
As C.S. Lewis once observed, even among critics, the teachings of Jesus reflect the highest standard of morality known to man.
which makes me think he hasn’t really considered what he calls the highest standard of morality.
The mythical Dave the author quotes can believe as possible or true natural explanation even when these have not proven as long as they don’t require a miracle. In a world of particles colliding where some of those particles result in thinking beings, wrong and right become very useful indicators as some things are either beneficial or inimical to the continued survival of such species of organisms.
Regis tells us modern man is concerned with, following Maslow, self actualization instead of seeking salvation- individual salvation, so to speak. I see no difference between the two except in the means.
If god exists, Regis must tell us what has taken her so long to provide manna to end starvation? Or to make wine so we all can make merry. Man has been struggling in darkness to solve the problems of man. Were it not for nationalism, short term vision, greed, we could have made progress in how we deal with some of the crisis that face us.
Have a devil free Monday and a good week everyone.