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Posted by Mario Dovalina on June 22, 2001 16:02:40 UTC

Belief does not effect outer reality. I think you can agree on that. So are you saying that if you THINK something is there then it actually IS there? Did Santa Clause exist until I stopped believing in him whereupon he died of a massive heart attack?

"I believe in God. Well as
far as I can tell, they/it/he/she positively interfere with my life everyday in the form of
anything you can imagine."

Can the interferences you attribute to God be more reliably attributed to other, more provable, things? You didn't really give any examples, I think ya might be being deliberately vague.

"I believe in the Tooth

Well, then you have bigger problems than simple theism. :)

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