Could the Biblical God exist?

Posted by: DefenderOfTheTruth

Thus, could you have to be morally accountable to Him some day for your actions?

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Yes

21 votes
2 comments
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No

11 votes
5 comments
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The chance is slim.

10 votes
3 comments
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DefenderOfTheTruth says2014-07-17T07:54:45.2331124-05:00
Sorry about the random (and somewhat funny) image of the "The chance is slim" answer. I must have accidentally clicked that one.
Strycora says2014-07-17T09:39:51.1546510-05:00
If he does exist, he isn't truly eternal.
PinValentine says2014-07-17T12:57:09.2639483-05:00
I think a god can possibly exist on a purely scientific means. I do not have all the information to make a definite opinion.
DefenderOfTheTruth says2014-07-17T14:13:49.2385160-05:00
Please keep in mind that if you vote "no", you are implying that there is NO possible way He could exist. It is a very dogmatic view, but I included it as an option to see if anyone would go that far. And many have, unfortunately.
ArcTImes says2014-07-17T17:00:51.8700895-05:00
@DoT That sounds like that "everything is possible" argument. It is not that dogmatic when "biblical god" has a definition very contradictory.

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