camps have come great men and women of character who followed their principles and gave exampleto others of how to conquer evil with their self control and moral strength. This in turn allowed othersmotivation to do the same. We are purified and strengthened and become better people when there isconflict and pain.Buy why do the angels and man choose bad things in the first place? Well there is an answer, but itis very complicated and abstract. So we will have to leave it for another time. (I have written on this butit would take too long to explain it here. You can ask me afterwards if you want to know.http://wonderablaze.blogspot.com/2008/01/true-foundation-of-evil.html)C. I don't have absolute freedom whether God exists or not. I can't fly with my hands just because Iwant to. If I had complete freedom to kill who I wanted then prisons would not exist. If nothing I didwas really wrong then I would never feel remorse for what I did for anything. It would be just liketying my shoe, totally neutral and natural. Are we really happy when we follow our whims? It mayappear to be so at the beginning, but in the end many who do exactly what they want are the ones whofall into depression, commit suicide, divorce, etc. Besides, is someone really free who can't go to sleepwithout watching 2 hours of porn or get drunk, or inject themselves with something like drugs? Aren'tthey in one sense dependent on it, chained to it? Doesn't addiction mean that you are not free?D. Very similar to point A, just because I have never experienced love does not mean that it doesnot exist. I can see others loving and caring, I can see others giving their lives, even though I may notunderstand it. Love is NOT something I can just "know", I have to experience it. Its like saying itsimpossible to run a marathon just because you never tried it or impossible to sing because you haven'tdone it. You can tell me exactly how to do a surgery but until I do it myself I won't really "know" howto do it. Love is giving yourself for the good of the other, forgetting yourself, sacrificing yourself andlooking to see what the other needs. Mother Theresa changed the world because she loved others andthe whole world admitted it. I have to challenge the atheist to love in that way for a month and see if you are the same. I promise you will not be. If you don't have the courage to try it then you don't havethe right to say its impossible or crazy.3. Reasons to believe in GodA. The Catechism mentions a few. One is we are not happy with anything here. "with his longingsfor the infinite and for happiness, man questions himself about God's existence." If we were happy with just one thing, we would stick with it, but what we see is that after buying one car, a man wantsanother, after one pair of shoes, a woman wants another. We always want something bigger, better,more exciting, or simply more of it, if not, it gets boring. (More Wii games, more rides at Six Flages, better cell phones, etc. etc.) People get bored because nothing here really satisfies. We want somethingthat will never get boring, that will always make me happy no matter what, and it can't be a thing, because we are happier with people than with things, and someone who will never fail, who willalways be there, or we will simply not be happy.B. You can't say something is good or bad unless you have something that tells you it's so. Thesame person who says God does not exist will say that we say something is good or bad based onculture. Well, culture is made up of people so people decided it. Is it just based on whim? If that is thecase you can't complain if someone steals your wallet or takes your life because they just think differently than you. If there is no objective way of saying what is good and bad then society falls apartand you could not consider that "bad".