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Guest Message by DevFuse
The No God god
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Posted 23 March 2013 - 07:27 PM
I would not really say that Rich's belief that there is no God is his god. In the past, many have had ideas that they put their faith in and defend, such as the idea that slavery is bad or that women should be allowed to vote. However, those beliefs were not the people's gods. They were simply things that they believed were right. I believe in God, so I think that Rich "has" a God but does not believe that He exists. The question is sort of paradoxical.
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