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Author Topic:   I don't believe in God, I believe in Gravity
faitheist
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10-25-2013 7:35 PM


There is no mention of Gravity in Genesis or, as far as I know, the rest of the Bible. Without gravity, there would be no sun, no solar system, no Earth, no Adam and Eve ... there would be nothing. And yet there is no mention of the most fundamental force of the Universe.

I think if there were a passage saying "In the beginning, God said Let there be Gravity" I'd be more likely to believe the rest of the story ... which I don't.

I believe in Gravity, not God.

Any thoughts?


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