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M. T. Dremer says
Great response man, Thanks!.. Quick question though, you said "God answers unanswerable questions" ... But you also said We created God. Wouldn't that then make unanswerable questions, answerable by those humans who created God? Curious?
It would if it didn't spawn new unanswerable questions. Who created god? How can an omnipotent and omnipresent god let bad things happen? Why is god unverifiable? God is then more of an excuse to avoid certain subjects, than he is a functional answer
And Which God are you appealing to when you ask those questions? If you are referring to the Christian God then those questions have answers, and those questions are answerable. I didnt say we created him, lol you said that, or proposed it.
I was referring to the christian god, but the same applies to all deities. He is an answer in the same way that sleeping giants are why mountains are here. It technically fills a gap, but it does so with a material that crumbles under scrutiny.
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Great response, but to say that something "cannot" or "Doesn't" exist because it is undiscovered is to make an unsupported truth claim. I think it's best to say that you don't know that something exist rather than say for sure it doesn't.
So is your disbelief in God due to Empirical evidence or Skeptics.