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RE: RE: RE: Can God`s Existence Be Disproven?

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Posted by Aragorn on September 20, 2000 01:30:07 UTC

Tis a good question with an easy solution. If one went about trying to disprove the existance of God one would have to know everything because only than could you say for certain there is no God. This poses a paradox though because if you knew everything than by definition you would be god.

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