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I personally believe it is pretty unlikely that it exists.

Now let’s see how long this discussion stays civil.


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First, define “omnipotence”.

Second, within that framework of omnipotence, on what basis can you prescribe a probability to its existence?


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NO FUCK YOU PIECE OF SHIT THERE IS NO WAY A GOD EXIST YOU STUPID STUPID

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-Tyreaus- wrote: First, define “omnipotence”.

Second, within that framework of omnipotence, on what basis can you prescribe a probability to its existence?



“Omnipotence” as in the more loosely based term.

I’m not sure if I understand the second question though. Are you asking if the probability of its existence can be based on how we define omnipotence?


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TheBlackDragonz wrote: NO FUCK YOU PIECE OF SHIT THERE IS NO WAY A GOD EXIST YOU STUPID STUPID

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Zeed, y u do dis QnQ

Godammit, Ross...


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Xennotraun wrote:

-Tyreaus- wrote: First, define “omnipotence”.

Second, within that framework of omnipotence, on what basis can you prescribe a probability to its existence?



“Omnipotence” as in the more loosely based term.

I’m not sure if I understand the second question though. Are you asking if the probability of its existence can be based on how we define omnipotence?



“Loosely based term” entailing what, precisely? Logical impossibilities? (More specifically, see: Here)

And I’m asking on what basis you can, credibly, append a probability to the existence of a deity. This basis may change or become valid/invalid depending on the definition of omnipotence.


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Of course he exists. Anyone who is smart would know.


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He doesn’t. I’m beyond infinite omnipotence and erased him.

I already killed every MvC member 300 times wink

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Amorphous wrote:

TheBlackDragonz wrote: NO FUCK YOU PIECE OF SHIT THERE IS NO WAY A GOD EXIST YOU STUPID STUPID

/thread

Zeed, y u do dis QnQ

Godammit, Ross...



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-Tyreaus- wrote:

Xennotraun wrote:

-Tyreaus- wrote: First, define “omnipotence”.

Second, within that framework of omnipotence, on what basis can you prescribe a probability to its existence?



“Omnipotence” as in the more loosely based term.

I’m not sure if I understand the second question though. Are you asking if the probability of its existence can be based on how we define omnipotence?



“Loosely based term” entailing what, precisely? Logical impossibilities?

And I’m asking on what basis you can, credibly, append a probability to the existence of a deity. This basis may change or become valid/invalid depending on the definition of omnipotence.



No specific form of omnipotence. People’s views on a creator differ by quite a bit. “Omnipotent creator deity” was just an excessively fancy way of saying “God”, as part of this thread’s joke.

It’s impossible to get an exact probability on whether something as unmeasurable as God really exists, but based on the which attributes are given to a specific deity, it could be determined whether its supposed creation reflects the creator’s characteristics.


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You can mathematically prove the existence of God. Nobody cares what you think about something that you cannot possibly comprehend

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TheBlackDragonz wrote: NO FUCK YOU PIECE OF SHIT THERE IS NO WAY A GOD EXIST YOU STUPID STUPID

/thread

Zeed, y u do dis QnQ



Ori wrote: Of course he exists. Anyone who is smart would know.



Itome wrote: He doesn’t. I’m beyond infinite omnipotence and erased him.

I already killed every MvC member 300 times wink



No surprise here.


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Xennotraun wrote:

-Tyreaus- wrote:

Xennotraun wrote:

-Tyreaus- wrote: First, define “omnipotence”.

Second, within that framework of omnipotence, on what basis can you prescribe a probability to its existence?



“Omnipotence” as in the more loosely based term.

I’m not sure if I understand the second question though. Are you asking if the probability of its existence can be based on how we define omnipotence?



“Loosely based term” entailing what, precisely? Logical impossibilities?

And I’m asking on what basis you can, credibly, append a probability to the existence of a deity. This basis may change or become valid/invalid depending on the definition of omnipotence.



No specific form of omnipotence. People’s views on a creator differ by quite a bit. “Omnipotent creator deity” was just an excessively fancy way of saying “God”, as part of this thread’s joke.

It’s impossible to get an exact probability on whether something as unmeasurable as God really exists, but based on the which attributes are given to a specific deity, it could be determined whether its supposed creation reflects the creator’s characteristics.



Oh, if it’s a joke, then I’ve no business taking the actual discussion any further.


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General Marcusius wrote: You can mathematically prove the existence of God. Nobody cares what you think about something that you cannot possibly comprehend


The second half of that sentence completely contradicts the first half, you know.


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-Tyreaus- wrote:

Xennotraun wrote:

-Tyreaus- wrote:

Xennotraun wrote:

-Tyreaus- wrote: First, define “omnipotence”.

Second, within that framework of omnipotence, on what basis can you prescribe a probability to its existence?



“Omnipotence” as in the more loosely based term.

I’m not sure if I understand the second question though. Are you asking if the probability of its existence can be based on how we define omnipotence?



“Loosely based term” entailing what, precisely? Logical impossibilities?

And I’m asking on what basis you can, credibly, append a probability to the existence of a deity. This basis may change or become valid/invalid depending on the definition of omnipotence.



No specific form of omnipotence. People’s views on a creator differ by quite a bit. “Omnipotent creator deity” was just an excessively fancy way of saying “God”, as part of this thread’s joke.

It’s impossible to get an exact probability on whether something as unmeasurable as God really exists, but based on the which attributes are given to a specific deity, it could be determined whether its supposed creation reflects the creator’s characteristics.



Oh, if it’s a joke, then I’ve no business taking the actual discussion any further.



Not so much a joke as an experiment. I want see how long this thread will last.


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Xennotraun wrote: Not so much a joke as an experiment. I want see how long this thread will last.



I’ll just watch then. It’d continue indefinitely were we to have some kind of discussion since I seldom, if ever, devolve into immaturity with an intended serious discussion.


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Timruto wrote:

General Marcusius wrote: You can mathematically prove the existence of God. Nobody cares what you think about something that you cannot possibly comprehend


The second half of that sentence completely contradicts the first half, you know.

That was kind of the point. . .

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General Marcusius wrote:

Timruto wrote:

General Marcusius wrote: You can mathematically prove the existence of God. Nobody cares what you think about something that you cannot possibly comprehend


The second half of that sentence completely contradicts the first half, you know.

That was kind of the point. . .


So you do know, then.


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-Tyreaus- wrote: First, define “omnipotence”.

Second, within that framework of omnipotence, on what basis can you prescribe a probability to its existence?



Ty? When did you get back into the Admin Business shocked?

OT: Humans cannot comprehend Omnipotence, it is too big a concept for our small minds to understand. Meaning we should not attempt to discuss it as it will get us nowhere tounge.

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Moving to next Area wrote: Humans cannot comprehend Omnipotence, it is too big a concept for our small minds to understand. Meaning we should not attempt to discuss it as it will get us nowhere tounge.



He’s right.
Let’s keep this discussion on God and not omnipotence.


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