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Re: How Can People Still Think There's A God!

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Posted by adam morsch/">adam morsch on July 5, 1998 15:31:24 UTC

: There is a simple argument for believing in god: : Do you think man can find everything? : If you answer is no, then what remains impossible : to our experience has to be thought as god. : Ancient men thought of gods about what they didn't : understand. : I think there is something hiddden man will never be : able to see. : Think about chaos. Nobody can assure that its laws : are only probabilistic around attractors. : May be there are hidden elements that act in the : quantic laws and form perfectly deterministic laws. : But man can only see part of that and calls it chaos. : Ciao.

Something had to come from nothing somewhere down the line, otherwise nothing would ever be. So it only makes sense that god was the something/someone that came from nothing.

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