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Answer by KristiS11384 at 4:35 PM on Sep. 18, 2009
O.K. lets turn the question the other way around. What if there is a god? Lets take that one step further, suppose He is the God that Christians worship. I am a Christian, suppose I die and it turns out I was wrong all this time. That leaves a few options, either there is no soul and death is the end of it or we reincarnate and come back to do this all over. Either way no eternal punishment. If on the other hand I am right and God does exist, I have the promise of heaven, eternal happiness. Then there is life itself, we all have troubles in life, if there is no God and I have only used my belief in Him as a crutch, then it has served me well. I have good friends that apart from my faith I would not have gained, and a joy that fills my life. What harm has my belief caused me?
I would far rather be on the path of life I am on than going through this world only relying on me and my fellow humans.
Answer by teamquinn at 4:44 PM on Sep. 18, 2009