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Re: Question For Beelzebub

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Posted by Beelzebub X on October 12, 1999 12:25:26 UTC

: Can you give me a solid argument that i can not dismiss easily for the nonexistance of deitys?

The existence of a deity would be disagree to the logic! Ok, when you don't belive in logic, then all could be true. Then you could also believe that there is a gigantic red rabbit with a big green hat, which rules over the universe. Why don't you believe in the great red rabbit? When you believe there is something, then you must proof it...when you can't do that and you believe nevertheless, then you are very naive, no?

There is no god because his existence would be illogical, and also there is not the smallest proof for his existence!

Can you dismiss that? I wished you could do!

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