Letter: A question of existence
When did the Supreme Court prove the existence of God?
Like beauty is in the eye of the beholder, God is in the minds and hearts of the faithful. That doesn’t prove he exists. Since religion takes everything on faith, it is impossible to prove God’s existence one way or the other. If you believe, He exists.
I don’t believe, therefore He doesn’t exist. And please spare me the “looking at a sunset” stories and the miracle of birth, etc. It proves nothing concretely except in the minds of the faithful.
With that in mind, how can the Supreme Court make rulings based on someone’s unproven religious beliefs when they are at best theories? One of the freedoms we enjoy in this country is freedom of religion, which also includes freedom FROM religion.
I would challenge the Supreme Court to first prove the existence of God before they make rulings based on that existence.