Re: Opinions on Christianity
I actually haven't read Animal Farm. ; )
It's fitting in the context it was presented in, is what I'm saying.
Like I said, they are different things. So you'll show they're illogical using different methods. They're definitely both illogical though, which was what the argument was based on.
Now, if we're saying which is more stupid to believe, then I dunno. If someone believed in an invisible talking magic banana-split and based their entire life around what the magic dessert commanded and someone else believed that 2+2=5, I wouldn't be able to choose who was being more illogical to tell the truth. I'd just say they're both being illogical, know what I mean? =p