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Originally posted by otis22 at 6-6-2006 11:25
I have no real interest in disproving the existence of god.... how could I anyway?
in any argument, the burden of proof is on the one making the claim.... if a person claims to have invente ...
well, at least for now i don't want to inject religion into the dicussion, so i won't make references to the bible, etc as being testament to god's existence.
my interest is to get people like you who say you don't believe to actually consider there might be a creator. as i said to holidays, i can't prove one exists, but not being able to prove one exists does not mean one is not there. and, in one of the responses to holidays i gave some, what i think to be, logical reasons as to why a god exists (origin of time, mass, energy, etc).
you (and i'm not picking on you otis ;-) still hven't given any reasons as to why a creator must not exist. meaning that if you do not know why one does not exist, you probably wouldn't believe this anymore than me telling you one does, which means you are neither a believer nor a non-believer. :)