Re: If god exists, what created god?

Michelle Malkin (
25 Jun 1995 23:32:38 GMT

In <3rtrll$> Joseph James Thiebes <>
> (Percosolator) wrote:
>>People will believe whatever makes them comfortable. I cannot look
>>into the world and see the grace and beauty of nature and not see
>>that how smoothly everything runs, there would almost have to be a
>I'm really sorry, but I cannot for the life of me figure out what the
>function of this conversation is. Neither side can convince the other
>all debate is based on conjecture on the subject. Neither side can
>metaphysical certitude about whether or not God exists and whether or
>it "created" time and whether or not anything could have "created" IT.
>You either believe, or you disbelieve, or you don't. That's it, and
>there's no reason to discuss it except for masturbation's sake.
>I'm not trying to insult your intelligence or anything, mind you. I
>thought that a viewpoint outside the little world of this conversation

>might help. I know I've found myself babbling and debating over
>unresolvable issues many times.
>Just say "Mu".

I agree. It's time to end this whole discussion. Besides, it should be
in a religion/philosophy/science newsgroup anyway, not here. The end.