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    This moral philosophy is grievously defective and...

    This moral philosophy is grievously defective and dangerous. Behaving according to a rational ethical system is naturally rewarding to many among the religious and non-believers alike. One does so...
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    I agree. If the quotation was to be attributed to...

    I agree. If the quotation was to be attributed to me, I would have excluded the part you point out. It is, however, the speech of a fictional character which I chose not to edit by removing that...
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    This definition describes the same state of...

    This definition describes the same state of affairs as mine. Look past the words to the concepts.



    God (if omniscient, omnipotent, and paying attention to what he was doing) made all of man's...
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    Creating a being you know for an absolute...

    Creating a being you know for an absolute certainty will perform a precise series of actions with a precise set of consequences is the very definition of predestination! What else do you think...
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    The Christian argument for free will is fatally...

    The Christian argument for free will is fatally flawed. As a fictional character once said:

    "If, as Christians teach, God is truly omniscient and omnipotent, knowing all things past, present, and...
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