No faith is needed at all for a God defined as reality itself. It's simply 
a definition. No faith is needed at all. Reality (defined as the totality 
of all that exists) self-evidently exists, therefore God defined as reality 
must exist.

Very simple logic... I'm surprised you would disagree with it!


On Monday, December 23, 2013 1:48:40 PM UTC-5, Edgar L. Owen wrote:
> All,
> The question of whether God exists is meaningless without first giving 
> some definition of what is meant by God, of how God is defined. Otherwise 
> everyone is talking about different things and nothing will go anywhere.
> If you need a God there is only one possible rational definition and that 
> is to just define God as the universe itself. First there is now absolute 
> certainty that God does exist (all the interminable meaningless arguments 
> vanish), and second his attributes now become the proper subject matter of 
> science and reason rather than ideology, faith or myth.
> But most certainly the dogmas of all the organized religions are all 
> atavistic myths in the same category as Zeus and Odin which, like them, 
> should have been discarded millennia ago....
> Edgar

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