A list of things to disprove the existence of a benevolent god
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27-12-2012, 10:32 PM
RE: A list of things to disprove the existence of a benevolent god
(27-12-2012 10:30 PM)fstratzero Wrote:  If God is an infinite being, there can be neither in the actual world or
in another any proportion between man and his God; thus the idea of God
will never enter the human mind. In the supposition of a life where men
will be more enlightened than in this one, the infinity of God will
always place such a distance between his idea and the limited mind of
man, that he will not be able to conceive of God any more in a future
life than in the present. Hence, it evidently follows that the idea of
God will not be better suited to man in the other life than in the
present. God is not made for man; it follows also that intelligences
superior to man—such as angels, archangels, seraphims, and saints—can
have no more complete notions of God than has man, who does not
understand anything about Him here below. - Jean Meslier
You're the most intelligent pair of talking boobs I've ever come across! Big Grin

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