The story of Thomas the Apostle is an example of a person who needs empirical evidence to believe something...and I doubt even his story. This is an account of how I went from a willing believer to a Doubting Thomas.
Here is a better comment - please delete the old one:This is what makes this country great - you are able to believe in great ideas. Tonight America elected the idea of “change”.By electing Obama this country has shown that it has moved passed many of its prejudges. Not just that of skin color but also of being suspicious of immigrants with strange names and accents. Being one of those I must say - this gives me hope for a better future for my children.I saw a huge change among the religious vote this year. Church people are tired of being milked for their vote only to see nothing happen after that. They stopped believing all the ridiculous rumors that use to sway opinion.Young people (including young Christians) want real change. They are suspicious of Washington DC and of Wall street. They don’t believe in the old political machine.If the new administration stick to their campaign promises this will be the best administration in a century - if not it would make it the worst… Because if you have lost hope in “change” itself - what remains?
Yes, I hope he sticks to his word...!
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