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Deductive Reasoning

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Posted by Adam/">Adam on September 8, 1998 00:39:05 UTC

: Exactly!! Most people (or believers in god) argue that god doesn't need a creator simply because he/she created everything?! Through deductive reasoning, this argument doesn't have any viability. The age of the universe is estimated to be between(10,000,000,000-20,000,000,000)yrs. old. Is god's creator double these #'s? As science advances there will be less belief in a (creator the god)! : PS. I used to believe in Santa Claus (Is faith proof????)evidence nil!!!!!!!!!!!!

You sound rather uneducated sir, why don't you tell me exactly what deductive reasoning is, reason for using it and the steps of deductive resoning that led you to your conclusion that the belief that The Creator must have a Creator.

-Adam

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