On 23 December 2013 09:10, Edgar Owen <edgaro...@att.net> wrote:
> 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.
The concept of God seems to be reasonably similar in various religions.
Samiya Illias' definition seems close to most of them...
Why not define God as the Creator and Sustainer of the Universe and
Everything Else that is or may exist?
It's just the details that tend to differ from one religion to another.
> 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.
I don't see how this gets us anywhere, but then I don't see how any
definition of God gets us anywhere.
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