Deities cannot exist because of their consciousness

Mark Earnest gmearnest at SPAMLESSairmail.net
Wed Nov 26 04:24:32 EST 2003


"Dio" <dadaismo at tin.it> wrote in message
news:cRGwb.4694$AX1.204222 at news1.tin.it...
> A deity is a deity if it has got a kind of consciousness.
> The difference betweel a natural phenomenon and a deity is that a deity
must
> be aware of itself.
>
> 1. A deity must be aware of tiself, a deity must be conscious.
>
> Consciousness is a material thing, is produced by CNS or brain if you
like.
>
> There can be a consciousness if there is an evolutionary story, if there
is
> a biological matter who evolved on Earth.
>
> There is a liver if there is a biological matter who evolved on Earth.
> There is a heart if there is a biological matter who evolved on Earth.
> There is a brain if there is a biological matter who evolved on Earth.
> And so on.
>
>
> HENCE
>
> An IMMATERIAL liver can't exist.
> An IMMATERIAL heart can't exist.
> An IMMATERIAL brain can't exist.
> And so on.
>
> Can an IMMATERIAL deity exist?

No, all life forms require a body to exist fully, although some are capable
of moving immaterially for a duration, a duration which must be tolerated.





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