estd,You might be the most frustrating person i have ever attempted to converse with. You believe everything and yet you believe nothing. Everything has consciousness yet everything doesn't. God can be defined in such a way that He exists, but He can also be defined in such a way that He doesn't. All boundaries are useful but arbitrary.How can you possibly have any frame of reference for knowing anything? How did you arrive at your beliefs? Everything you "know" (or cannot know, as the case may be), is derived from a thought process that you seem to believe isn't what it appears. Is there any way to test or support your (non)belief system? It is so random and yes, arbitrary as to be absurd (yes, i know you love abusrdity) and pointless (yes, meaningless).But if you can't really "know" anything, then you don't know what you "know," and thus my belief in a real, definable God is much more useful. It seems you have abandoned any semblance of a useful system of belief. Why have you chosen to believe as you do (or don't)?
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