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Posted by Harvey on July 11, 2003 17:47:29 UTC

Carl,

As to God, the only truth about it seems to be that any statement about God is either false or, more often, meaningless, and that includes statements by agnostics. The agnostic is in fact a funny fellow, for he claims that nothing true can be said about God, without realizing such a claim is false by the agnostic's own criteria.

Saying 'God exists' is a meaningful phrase since it provides hope for humans that maybe the events happening in our lives are not random mesh, but rather our lives have some type of design and overall purpose.

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