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Re: Deductive Reasoning

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Posted by bioguy on September 8, 1998 17:31:22 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 Adam, I assume you own a dictionary so I won't define deductive reasoning. As far as education, I'm biologist. Why wouldn't the creator need a creator? These are questions humans don't know. Why believe in something that cannot be justifiable as fact. This is how and why theories can be proven(as fact) or dismissed. There is a need for evidence!!! The uneducated statement shows your lack of it. PS: I know how to use a dictionary!!!

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