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Re: Re: RE: The Singularity Of God

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Posted by Rich on November 4, 2000 01:40:41 UTC

Can my question be answered in a way that answers my question.
I'll ask it again. If god exists in a realm which does not require him to be created, why are there not more independant deities within that realm which asks not of creation for existance?
No quotes from holy books. Just answer the question. I feel like I'm questioning GW Bush.

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