One of the problems with arguing with athiests and skeptics our faith is their and maybe our lack of understanding to the concept, or the existence of a spirit, and/or(?) a soul. I've also noticed that I have verlly little knowledge about spirits, which makes me feel foolish when I talk about spiritual matters to nonbelievers. What is this will that extends beyond our chemistry and physical desires? What is our true 'being' that God attatched this flesh to? How does it connect to the electronic programming of the brain, and respond to the molecular activities that we consist of? Can it truely take a visual presense inside or outside ourselves? How do we detrimine our spirits will and emotion over our flesh? And can the spirit only be examined through metaphysical practise, or is it something we discover through scripture reading by communicating with God's spirit, or can science someday be able to 'see' a spirit and examine it? It's all starting to confuse me now, can there even be a direct answer to this?