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Question For Mario Dovalina

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Posted by Aurino Souza on September 27, 2001 13:48:18 UTC


I've been wondering about something recently. I don't think you and I have ever disagreed on anything, all of your posts that I read, I could have written them myself. It's pretty amazing, we even share a similar sense of humour. There's only one thing we don't share, and that's what I wanted to understand. You call yourself an atheist and I prefer to see myself as someone who believes in God (I don't like the word 'theist', and I'm definitely not religious).

So I just wanted to ask you, what are the reasons why you say you don't believe in God? Wouldn't 'agnostic' qualify you better, as you have once expressed that you believe in the possibility that God exists?

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