I was watching a TV show the other day in which one of the people on it said that even if we believe that there is no God and that life is no more than an accident, we can still celebrate it as a gift.
This confused me a little.
Accidents don't give gifts.
So presumably celebrating life as a gift (for the accident believer) is celebrating life as if it were a gift (when, in fact, it is not).
Thursday, 25 September 2014
Theological Scribbles: If life is an accident, can we celebrate it as a gift?