For the Love of Bang

"The Incredulity of Saint Thomas" by Caravaggio.

Doubting Thomas is a term that is used to describe someone who refuses to believe something without direct, personal evidence; a skeptic.
The term is based on the Biblical account of Thomas the Apostle, who doubted the resurrection of Jesus and demanded to feel Jesus' wounds before being convinced (John 20:24-29). After seeing Jesus alive and receiving the opportunity to touch his wounds — according to the author of the Gospel of John — Thomas professed his faith in Jesus; on this account he is also called Thomas the Believer.

In Bloomland we also call ourselves The Believers. And we believe on friction, on ignition and on explosion.


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