Not at all. It is asking why, if I am going to be dead in a week, why go to work today? If atheists are right, the end of everything is the end of everything; at that time nothing we have done will make a difference
I love Ricky...a bit too snarky for me sometimes, because I think people should believe in a god if that's what they need to believe in, but I've thought this very same thing all throughout my adult life.
Yup, even if I am a commited non-theist and think the possibility of a omnipotent God is extremely unlikely, I love that the universe is still so full of secrets and our understanding of the meaning of life and the universe is so beautifully incomplete and open to philosophical wondering. Because of this I will never truly identify as an atheist except in polerised debate.
free thought, critical thinking and reason. Personally I don't believe religion and science have to be opposites. I have a working understanding of science and have faith. But I do not blindly believe in anything either in religion or science without evaluating it for myself.