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Re: What Would The World Be Like If There Was God?

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Posted by Al Gobeo on February 16, 2001 06:42:16 UTC

Please don't be offended by my response to your question.

In the beginning God said “let us make man in our image and likeness”.

In the beginning Man said “let us create God in our image and likeness”.

Did man invent God for his purposes, or did God reveal Himself to man as various pockets of civilization evolved in the past six thousand years.

Your question as to what the world would be like with or with out a God is really unanswerable. The reason is this, the world and its history is the way things are or were. Add God or take away God in the equation makes no difference. We still have the world as it is, all the good, the bad and the mysterious.

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