On Mon, Dec 17, 2012 at 12:44 AM, meekerdb <meeke...@verizon.net> wrote:
> On 12/16/2012 8:57 PM, Telmo Menezes wrote:
>
> Hi Richard,
>
>>
>> I believe in the one god of CTM and its (X & Z) logically derived
>> string theory that is omnipotent (contains and carries out the laws of
>> physics),
>
>
> When people claim that an entity is omnipotent, they are generally implying
> intentionality on the part of the entity.
>
>>
>> omniscient (instantly senses the entire universe),
>
>
> Same thing. It is implied that "someone" is doing the sensing.
>
>>
>> and
>> omnipresent (is distributed throughout the universe),
>
>
> Proponents of classical physics could have claimed the same thing.
>
>>
>> but not
>> necessarily omnibenevolent,
>> that sustains one physical universe while knowing (computing) all
>> possible universes. What label do I deserve?
>
>
> Atheist. You don't seem to believe in deities.
>
>
> If he believes in a omnipotent, or even just very powerful, creator/person
> who doesn't meddle in the universe (sort 'the great programmer') and doesn't
> care what humans do, then he's a deist.
>
> Brent

Interesting. Therefore deists do not believe in deities.

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