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Reality and Faith - Perception

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In this re-airing, blogger Sacerdotus addressed the atheist attack that theists are not "in reality" or that believing in God or having faith is alien to reality.  Using physics and philosophy, Sacerdotus refutes this argument and shows that reality is nothing more than charged particles, force fields, empty space and how our brains interpret these electrical charges in order to contruct the world.  In light of this, we have trust or faith that what our brains perceive is really what exists.  

Philosophers of the past have gotten pretty close to realizing what reality really is via metaphysicals.  Moreover, physics has confirmed most of their thought experiments.  Claiming that those who believe in God are not in reality is a silly statment to make.  Sacerdotus explains why this fallacious reasoning does not hold water against physics and metaphysics.  

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