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Posted by Paul R. Martin on March 29, 2002 00:44:05 UTC

Hi Michael,

I think you have gotten ahead of yourself. Your question is meaningless until you define 'God', as Aurino and Mike Pearson have already pointed out.

I have begun to suspect that there are as many definitions of 'God' as there are people. At least, there are as many as there are people who have made any attempt at a definition.

So if you are interested in whether there is a proof of the existence of 'God' as you define it, then by all means, give us your definition, and some of may have an opinion about a proof.

Warm regards,

Paul

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