A Wonderful Short Story For Your Amusement, Courtesy Of G. Scott Huggins…
For Sunday, another column I wrote for SciPhi Journal, with apologies to Bertrand Russell
The eminent antitheist and essayist Dr. Brussels dreamed that he died and found himself, against all expectation, at a pair of immense gates that shone like great pearls. He was shocked and rather apprehensive as he was met by a being that looked astonishingly human, like a king, with wings twice as long as he was tall.
“I see that I must be ill and hallucinating, or having an end-of-life experience,” he said. “For nothing else could explain the anthropomorphic delusion I am currently suffering.”
“You are not ill, but you are having an ‘end-of-life experience,’ said the being. “It is called Heaven.”
“Heaven could hardly exist,” Brussels replied, “And if it did, it certainly would not look at all like a mere Human conception.”
The being smiled. “Heaven can look as It pleases, though Its…
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