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Posted by Mario Dovalina on February 3, 2002 05:56:37 UTC

"But if he wasn't supernatural, then he wouldn't be God."

That's not a requirement that I have for God, at least. I regard "supernatural" to be equivalent to "nonexistent." That is, if it exists, it must follow some fundamental natural laws, if not the ones that our universe follows. I wonder how many people would either agree or disagree with me on that opinion.

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