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Xclckwrkorrangex
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Mar17-04, 11:31 PM
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OK. So let us suppose that god never "created" anything, that "he" made merely existed. Would god still be considered great? Would he be a lesser god than one who might have created the universe? Or maybe for god to be GOD he HAD to create the universe. and doesn't this play into determinism? any thoughts...? and i don't want this to be answered religiously, i'm not looking for that. it's all about logic, right.
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