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Do You Believe In Life After Death?

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Posted by Duane Eddy on August 24, 2003 22:28:48 UTC

You said:
And there is no way to prove what your idea means.

It means God is perfect and acts with perfect motives and methods.

You said:
There is no possible alternate case.

Sure there is.
An alternate case would accuse God of being imperfect in motive and / or deed.

You said:
It is a philosophical piece of candy.

This statement allows an unlimited margin of error in interpretation.
I believe you are guilty of your own accusation.

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