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Discussion in 'Religion & Spirituality Forum' started by Cyberjag, Feb 17, 2020.

  1. Coach Micool

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    Since this thread has gone off the rails
     
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    Yell, "YOU RACIST!!! GTF OUT THE WAY!!!"
     
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    Superfluous_Nut pastor of muppets

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    again, i'm talking about the concept of endlessness. endlessness is really the absence of an end and you can't really prove the absence of something. if we're in the universe, then what's outside the universe? that seems to be equivalent to what's before and after the universe's existence.
     
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    great, a nerd thread...

     
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    Superfluous_Nut pastor of muppets

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    speaking of endlessness, i never found the idea of god to really be a suitable answer to the question of how the universe came to be. all it does it bump the question over to god's existence and who created the creator.
     

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