Sunday, April 15, 2012

The absence of evidence is not the evidence of absence.

But it's not the evidence of existence, either.


  1. No, but I think that's where faith comes into play. The belief in something - an idea, a principle, or a diety - without proof. However, there is a fine line between having conviction in your belief...and being oppressive and narrow-minded. Some people can maintain that balance. Others? Not so much.


  2. I agree with you, Shane. There are many people that are not able to be strongly convicted without being oppressive.

    But to touch on the faith matter, I am going to link you to the following video:

    I wish that I had more time to respond on my own, but I have a lot to do over the next few days.

    Anyway, take care.