Life IS a religion. So, how do you have a G/god without religion?
I could (theorhetically), have heard about a god from a religious person. I could also reject the religion part. Is that a fair assessment?
Yes you could have heard it about someone who is religious. You could have already heard about it from someone who isn't religious.
I'm sure you could. The individual psyche(ego and conscience) can most definitely reject it for whatever reasons.
I understand many things and yes I can see where you're coming from. It still doesn't make the belief in a G/god any more rational because it's not.
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