Think about it, I am spinning off my fairy question and wanted to know the real reason some find it hard to believe in the "idea" note I said "idea" not saying it is true or not that these types of things could or have existed. Is it so far fetched yet you can believe in a deity that you have never seen and have no proof of? Just curious. Debate away.
Answer by okmanders at 9:43 AM on Apr. 12, 2011
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Answer by soyousay at 9:22 AM on Apr. 12, 2011
Since all religious deities ARE mythological creations- they are one and the same in my mind. Show me hard core, undeniable 100% scientific evidence for a fairy and I'd HAVE to believe, and that goes for god as well.
Answer by IhartU at 8:44 AM on Apr. 12, 2011
The answer is probably because those who believe in a deity usually have a holy book that they use as a guide. If that holy book simply doesn't say that there are other supernatural creatures, they might believe that some exist, but if the holy book states clearly that there are no supernatural deities except for the one or ones that are listed in the book, they are likely to believe that. In other words, people will believe what they've been told to believe if it's part of their traditions and written in an ancient book (or sometimes not so ancient--like the books by L.Ron Hubbard that inspired the newer religion of Scientology).
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