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Posted by Forum Master on March 31, 2001 16:13:07 UTC

I, and many of my "godless" friends, suggest the logic that God is:

- At most the all powerful being.


- At least the sum of all natural laws.

Somehow the Natural laws got here. We can't observe how this happened since we are finite beings.

Scientific inquiry leaves room for doubt in every postulate. That is what peer review and other checks and balances in the scientific process help to resolve to the next step. This is why the scientific process works so well. However, even its proponents know that there is always room for additional refining of every idea. This is really the wonder of science - a never ending quest for more and more truth about our universe.

As for a proof of a God or proof that there is no god, we await futher evidence. Extraordinary claims call for extraordinary evidence, and the burden of proof is on the claimant.

Please give us your proof or simply a list of references to others.


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