God most likely does NOT exist (2nd Copy)
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He definitely exists in the faith of individuals, though.
Nonetheless, it is possible. It is just most unlikely.
1) "Christians believe their God is omniscient and knows everything, including everything that has happened and will happen, as well as every thought your mind creates before you think it. If that's the case, there is no "free will.""
2) "They also believe their God is omnipotent, and can do anything. Problem is, if their God can do anything but doesn't lift a finger to stop all the disasters, massacres and wars that have happened, are happening now and will happen in the future, their God is also a psychopath who enjoys watching our misery."
I have derived these from my Atheist friend. He is no longer a Deist (Belief in a God who does not intervene).
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Vote Placed by MikeNH 3 years ago
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