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Re: Grasping At The Wrong End

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Posted by Rich on November 9, 2000 17:23:35 UTC

What are you talking about? Your thoughts are fragmented and rarely if ever answer the question being asked.

Again, the question.
A) God exists without creation
B) In our universe everything needs to be created to exist
C) In gods realm, there needs to be no creation for existance.

What in logic prevents one to think that there can't be more independant beings where god resides? Just answer the question without religious rhetoric or adding some catch phrase that dodges the question, PLEASE!

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