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Posted by Mario Dovalina on July 5, 2001 14:00:45 UTC

Motumus, your arguments for the existence of God are overall interesting ones, but they are not arguments for the existence of the Christian god nor the information presented within the Bible. Why do you believe as you do? Saying "I suspect God exists for reasons X, Y, and Z" is fine, saying "I believe God exists because it's written here, and I believe in these traits of God because it's written here. Oh, all those inaccurate statements? Those are symbolic. But the ones that have yet to be proven flawed are SURE to be true!"

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