Deities cannot exist because of their consciousness

Wolf Kirchmeir wwolfkir at sympatico.can
Sun Dec 14 16:16:21 EST 2003


On 13 Dec 2003 06:44:22 -0800, keith wrote:

>"Wolf Kirchmeir" <wwolfkir at sympatico.can> wrote in message news:<jbysxveflzcngvpbpna.hpt54n1.pminews at news1.sympatico.ca>...
>> On 12 Dec 2003 14:57:35 -0800, keith wrote:
>> 
>> >This seems to be a bald assertion on your part (not that there's
>> >anything wrong with that:-). But why should I think that we wouldn't
>> >understand a revelation made in a non-natural mode?
>> 
>> Because you couldn't even know it was happening.
>
>
>This also seems to be a bald assertion. Why do you think we wouldn't
>know if a non-natural revelation were happening?
>
>Keith

I'll turn the question back at you: How would you demonstrate that something
were a non-natural event?


-- 
Wolf Kirchmeir, Blind River ON Canada
"Nature does not deal in rewards or punishments, but only in consequences."
(Robert Ingersoll)






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