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Posted by Phillip Martin on October 15, 2002 22:23:00 UTC

***... "no God physically exists, but for their psychological hold on the minds of believers, they might as well"...***

It is closer to:
"no God exists as religion describes God. However, due to their X (where X is all the other stuff that I cannot sum up in a sentence, Stormcrow), they have as much (that is, precisely as much) as they would if they did."

That is not only for 'believers', but for all who have though about a God. And the human race collectively, and any other life form that may or may not exist, and has the capacity to comprehend the concept of God or religion... directly, anyway.

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