<![CDATA[Comments on: How to Believe in God]]> Jonathan WordPress 2007-10-02T13:28:57Z 2007-10-02T13:28:57Z <![CDATA[Comment by: Lincoln Cannon]]> Ah. I’m a Campbell fan, and my children have enjoyed illustrated mythology books. :-)

In any case, whether Harris’ steps are a good or bad thing depends entirely on your understanding of God. If God is the ideal person you aim to become, those steps are wonderful; there are important truths that are created only subsequent to faith in them.

On that note, if I am going to believe it possible to become the kind of person I would like to be, logic necessitates that I believe such persons almost certainly already exist — you know, the Simulation Argument.

]]> 2007-10-02T15:56:53Z <![CDATA[Comment by: Jonathan Blake]]> Sometimes, I think you and I agree more deeply than surface appearances show because you unrepentantly insist on calling humanity-as-it-could-be “God” while I don’t like using that term.

Do you have any suggestions for good mythology books for children?

]]> 2007-10-03T17:19:21Z <![CDATA[Comment by: Lincoln Cannon]]> Sure. I put a couple illustrated mythology books in the “Children” section of the MTA book store: