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Posted by Mario Dovalina on July 12, 2001 19:00:07 UTC

"You can't prove a=b wrong based exclusively on X's definitions, all you can do is prove that if a=b is true then X is wrong and vice-versa."

Absolutely, I agree. It was certainly a message primarily for Fundamentalists here, like Motumos and Copernicus, though they haven't posted here in a little while, maybe they got scared off. Oh well, there's always Jisbond...

I didn't mean to attack the general notion of God, just ONE specific one. I know that my argument will have no impact on posters like you, Harv, or Paul, and I didn't intend it to. Fundamentalism is a lot easier to disprove, so I decided to have a little fun with it.

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