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Posted by Joe Antognini on February 4, 2002 05:51:56 UTC

First of all, I did read the entirety of your essay. God could be one of this universe, whom complies with the laws of physics. But this God would most definitely be an evolutionary God. If he were, then human beings would eventually be able to catch up to his level, and then he wouldn't really be a God at all- he would just be another one of us. I am not saying that this isn't true. A God that would be God forever would have to come from infinity. The only infinity is outside the universe, so an infinite God must come from outside the universe- (otherwise, how come "In the beginning...God created the heavens and the Earth...") Of course there always is the alternative, of where there is a God, but we can never prove his existence because he has altered our process of thought so that what we believe to be true is, in a true reality (not our own), false. In other words, it could be that 1 + 1 actually = 3. We never would be able to know if he does not want us to know. But we can still search and try to prove the existence of that evolutionary God!

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