Re: virus: Re:

James T. Martin (
Mon, 15 Apr 1996 17:46:08 -0700

At 07:46 PM 4/13/96 +0000, you wrote:
>atheism is not possible, it is the belief of not
>allknowing presence. God is defined by all knowing
>and certain in what he says. Atheist say without
>a doubt there is no God, therefor by definition
>they have to be God to say that kind of abosolute,
>therefor contradicting themselves.
>Matthew Schneider
I believe the issue to be one more of evidence than absolutes. For example:
just because people have nightmares about monsters does not mean that there
is any evidence that somewhere in the universe there is a place where they
all live. Without a shred of evidence there is no reason to seriously
approach the issue of the existence of a supreme being. Philosophically we
can mull it all over as much as we want. This has nothing to do with
atheists having some kind of a super ego - proclaiming to know it all. There
are no monsters.
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