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    Re: Can science prove God doesn't exist?

    to me a god or gods or goddess are an internal concept that lives within your spiritual self existence is a matter of having a place in side for your personal "gods" to live

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    Re: Can science prove God doesn't exist?

    Quote Originally Posted by Medusa View Post
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    But when I'm feeling extra naughty:
    That scared the jeebies out of me!

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    to me a god or gods or goddess are an internal concept that lives within your spiritual self existence is a matter of having a place in side for your personal "gods" to live
    This is what I think about the divine as well. On my bad days. I don't think science can ever disprove the existence of something divine because when we're talking about the divine, it's all about the language we're using to describe something that's happening internally. Even if it's a shared experience. It reminds me a bit of that depression quizz I took at the Dr's. I scored really low because the words on paper meant something different to me than whoever created the test. How can you standardize something so personal?

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