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Posted by Mario Dovalina on October 24, 2002 00:05:42 UTC

"I Consider God As Sentient"


"However, I don't anything beyond God that can prevent the universe from changing course and behaving a different set of 'laws'."

Well, this is an indefensible statement. I take the predictability of the universe as a sign that it's self running, you say "No no no, it's just that God doesn't feel like changing anything." How am I to reply to this? It's a violation of Occam's Razor, first of all. If Sam or Aaron were to suggest that distant starlight never came from a star, you'd be rightfully all over them, but you're making arguments on the same intellectual foundation here.

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