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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on December 15, 2001 19:05:16 UTC

The Islamic definition of God, which Muhammed
was describing, seems as valid as any. It's not the one that I can discuss scientifically, since that God's qualities are completely out of reach of analysis.
The question only comes up when we discuss God, and then we can specify Who we are talking about.
We can discuss either God, but must specify which definition we are using. There may be only one
God, but there are several definitions in the dictionary.

When you say God has chosen to victimize various groups, whether Jews or Muslims, it sounds like an earthly God with earthly desires and agendas.

Btw, as I understand it, many Muslims live in great comfort without much anxiety. What do you mean they're being victimized? Oh, you don't have to answer that. You must have been just chattering.

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