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Who Says God Is Supernatural?

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Posted by Joe Antognini on February 3, 2002 05:41:19 UTC

If God is a highly evolved being, then he most certainly would have to comply by the laws of the universe. Maybe he does it at a far more advanced level (e.g. a long time ago, it might have not complied with the laws of physics at our previous level to have a flying machine, but we have 'gotten around' the law of gravity with 'lift'. So, an evolutionary God might get around these 'basic' laws to do something, in our opinion, supernatural). However, I'm not saying that God could be proved through observation. In fact, he probably can't, as God probably came from outside the universe- but since it is chaos out there, we can't know for sure (but we can- confusing, huh?). It gets confusing, but we might be able to observe and prove an existance of God. Emphasis on the 'might'.

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