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Percy
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02-25-2008 9:10 PM


Say there were no Bible, no Qur'an, no Bhagavad Gita, no religious texts of any sort. How would we know just by examining the world around us that there is a God?
For myself, I would approach this question by asking what differences might exist between a world created by God and another world that came about in the absence of a God. Which would be expected to have more wars, more prejudice, more disease, more disasters? Certainly we seem to have enough of these to suspect the possibility of an absence of God in this world.
I'm interested in how others might approach this question, and what answers they think are suggested.
--Percy

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02-26-2008 9:27 PM


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