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Best Answer Rod Martin Jr says
that last statement. "You can't prove God, and if you can prove it, it isn't God, it is just some thing you might call God.", really sounds like even if God could be proven, you would deny it. Im not saying I'm convinced by the article either
Depends how we define God. There may be some powerful being out there that made us. That might prove that what some people call God exists, that still doesn't mean they are the ultimate source of all things, which is what I might consider to be God.
In other words, the answer is "not at all."
The answer is that I will believe in your really large prime number when I see it, and it may be impressive, but it is still just a tiny number relative to Infinity (God).
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M. T. Dremer says
You forgot to add " In my opinion" and of course you are entitled to your opinion, as I am to mine, but until we leave this soul school, and enter the realm of death, both of us can only express 'our opinion' and only one of us will be correct.
Indeed, in my own opinion and, I suspect the opinion of many others. That does not make my opinion right, of course, but it does give a valid alternative reasoning.
Agreed Johnny, valid alternative reasoning, yet to be determined definitively.
In many ways oblivion has it's attraction, yet still I feel eternally being part of the creative force has more! :)
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Levi Henley says
A provable God theorem given that you already accept God to be true. For every ontological argument there have been many critics, religious and non-religious. Some very smart (Aquinas, Kant). http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/ontological-argu...
The difference is that we now have supercomputers which have mechanically tested and proved the Godel theorem.
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