haha, trust me the last thing I need is advice on philosophy from a Christian. First off, I don't think anyone here, or anywhere for that matter, is really going to beat me in a debate on this subject because I'm actually, as of right this moment (today), finished with my philosophy degree at Oregon State (I need to finish up my credit requirement next term, then I get my BS in Philosophy). You can certainly have your opinions and I'll listen to them, but you're not going to be able to tell me that you've "discovered the truth" and that "one day you'll see it too." That's just nonsense. I've given these matters more thought than you could possibly imagine or dream of, and the conclusions I have come to are based on logic, reason, and the way the world actually works. You can all live your life with whatever delusions you want, and I think that's great as long as it gets you by, more power to you, but I will live my life without the constraint of a religion that wants to make me its tool. I answer to nobody, and I am nobody's tool, I am a powerful force beyond good and evil and above morality that will not be contained by the ideas of average people. I create my own values and live life to its fullest without strings attached. If you could only fly so high and be so free, you would realize the power that comes with being your own creator.