On 7/9/2013 2:25 AM, Bruno Marchal wrote:
In my view an 'atheist requires a god to disbelieve (deny?).
Indeed. Many atheists seems to take more seriously the Christian Gods than most
christians theologians, who can seriously debate on the Aristotle/Plato difference.
Of course. If the theologians took the Christian God seriously they couldn't believe He
existed. So they twist and turn and obfuscate in order to hang the appellation "God" onto
something: "Ground of all being" "Whatever is most important to you" "Love"
"Arithmetic". But the Church makes sure the minds of parishoners and contributors are not
troubled by too much thinking.
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