Are God and Jesus real or a great fairy tale?
God and Jesus are real to believers. To others they may not be real, but it is inappropriate to cal them a fairy tale. Whether or not to believe is a judgement we all must make.
- God is real
- God and Jesus are not fairy tales. He wants to love you and
comfort you and give you His awesome peace, but it takes your
consent by coming to God through Jesus. Jesus said, "I am the Way,
the Truth , and the Life. No one comes to the Father but through
me." So we have to do it God's way but nothing else is real. Some
may say everything else but Jesus is a fairy tale. God is real and
Jesus is real, but people do not experience the realness until you
come to God in a humble way and ask for forgiveness. Then they will
have the peace that passes understanding the Bible talks about. The
sad part is that everyone needs God but not everyone wants Him.
Those who do allow Him to show His realness in their lives.
- No, there is nothing labeled "God" because we cannot think of
sensing anything that we would label "God". Therefore if we talked
as though the word "God" referred to anything, then we would not be
able to think of anything we could be talking about, so we really
wouldn't be talking about anything at all. I'm sorry there's no way
to live again after you die, as Christianity claims, but there is
no reason to believe you can. We have to make the most of this one
life that we can, for it's the only one we will ever get.
- They are very real just look around
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Answer . The story is basically true in as much as the people and the events actually occurred as told. The producers do take some liberal license with the details for dram…atization. Elsie Wright and Frances Griffiths stuck to their story until 1982 when they admitted they had faked all but one of the photographs. They continued to maintain that they had seen fairies.. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cottingley_Fairies
That depends, you can believe in anything you want and if you believe they exist, then they probably do. Magical beings are not scientific, but that doesn't mean they don't ex…ist. So don't depend on other people to tell you what the answer is, you believe what you want to, and don't ever let someone tell you they arn't if you believe they are. You decide. Another answer: Things like this are a major mystery to mankind just because we just don't know. I do believe in spirits (angels, demons, stuff like that) because of 1. the bible, and 2. all of the paranormal happenings, sightings, and those sorts of things. As far as "fairy god parents" go I just can't say. I believe in guardian angels, but the only being that can is GOD, so really it's up to you to decide on this. If you want to believe then go ahead, if not then don't, it's your choice.
Sadly, the stories themselves aren't real, but all could learn from the unconditional love that the characters in these stories share between each other. Many of the origin…al fairy tales, such as those collected by Hans Christian Anders and the Grimm brothers, do have some remote basis in fact. They evolved from old wives tales, cautionary tales, parables, teaching stories and what we would now call urban legends passed down from generation to generation. The newer "happily-ever-after" stories made into animated movies and books are more for entertainment than to be believed as fact. Fairy Tales were written hundreds to thousands of years ago. Intoday's life we don't know much about life then but we can take apretty accurate guess. We believe that they are based NOT on truestories but nearly all have a moral. Beauty and the Beast (It didexist before Disney)- Never judge a book by it's cover. We highlydoubt that it was based on real life. NO way
Cinderella is the only fairytale I can think of right now that hasa good fariy God mother. . . Unless you consider the Wizard of Oz afairytale. Im just telling you right now t…he wizard of Oz is notconsidered a fairy tale
Vampires are real... They are not like the vampires you see in movies or like the kinds you read about in fiction books! But, there are humans that are considered vampires bec…ause they do consume human blood. So if you drink blood you are a vampire because that's what vampires do. Vampires don't fly or anything but they are real people. They are just like you and me but the only difference is they drink your blood. Now, some vampires only drink the blood of doners. Yes, people actually donate there blood to vampires. But, other vampires kill inocent people for there blood. There was a story about a girl who was kidnapped by a vampire, and she watched this vampire take out her blood with a needle and put it into a glass and drink it. Luckly, she got out and got a ride to the hospital. Her blood was really low and she almost died. But, she escaped and told this story. So some vampires are harmfull, and others are harmless.
Yes, but many are based on fantasy and some seem to raise hazardous thought patterns. The idea that all handicaps somehow abate as one matures is false- uncorrected visual imp…airment can degenerate to blindness, for example. There are some that are so far out- such as Beauty and the Beast to well be in a morality twilight zone. the Beast character forcefully abducted Belle ( a crime) we never learn just what happened to her missing inventor-businessman father- who may have been Murdered by the Beast!He went on a business trip and never came back! There are even some fairy tales- well, it stretches the term where the Bad guys or evil characters win or get away with their serious wrongdoing. Examples include the Pied Piper of Hamelin, which is in my opinion , a watered down anti-war tale maybe based on the Children:s crusade wich ended in a nightmare of accidents, war casulaties, slavery and what we would now call- Child abuse. really not a fairyland at all. Answer: A lot of fairy tales are morality and life lessons: . Red Riding Hood: Girls, on't let your grandfather trap you alone in a bedroom . Pied Piper: Pay your bills or there will be trouble . The Boy Who Called Wolf: Don't lie, or if you do change your story . Hanzel and Grettle: Don't trust strangers, stay at home . The Fisherman's Three Wishes: Be happy with what you've got . The Kings New Clothes: DOn't go along with the herd is you know you're right . Billy Goat Gruff: Don't engage an enemy until you've got the power to defeat him
No, they are not. But they can be if you use your imagination. :)
I have been researching this recently, as I am a huge Buffy fan, but it seems that no, there is no fairy tale of the 7 gentlemen. However, it may have bits and pieces of other… fairytales in the story whedon created.
Of Course Its possible you never know I'm in love with someone right now and it feels like a fairy tale.
----------------------- Just as young children really, truly believe in Santa Claus, so some adults believe in God. By itself, this fact neither proves nor disproves the e…xistence of God or the truth of the stories about him. In fact, after centuries of serious attempts to do so, no one has ever been able to prove that God exists. People believe in God because they believe in him. Whether this makes stories about God no more than fairytales is something for you to decide. ----------------------- Humans have been given the opportunity to choose their own path and believe in what they think is right. Some people believe in what is convenient for them.
Not at all. He was made up as being the son of the Princess and the Pea and the grumpy dwarf.
Enchanted is a movie with a kinsa combo of Fairytales...
In Shrek the donkey is a real fairy tale character :P
i don't know maybe because they're fairy tales and they ain't real