Unformatted text preview: god? Clifford sees Pascal’s Wager to believe in God as a practical answer to whether we should believe in God but not a moral one. His main point is that each individual cannot be ignorant and is responsible for our thoughts as they impact society as a whole. He stressed that we need reason and evidence in our belief and also a constantly inquiring mind. Therefore, if a person believes in God merely because of practicality, as Pascal had proposed, without evidence; then it will bring danger to the society and the loss would not be the loss of the individual alone. Hence it would be immoral....
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