“no one knows whether any sort of deity exists.
john seeker

It depends a bit on your notion of logic and of the deity. If you believe that we are known by the acts and expressions we send forth, and are informed to some extent by Charles Sanders Peirce’s pragmaticism, we can assume that logic is not inconsistent with goodness and that the deity is not inconsistent with that either. And so forth and so on. Convincing A’s of anything seems to me less of a problem than convincing religionists that Jesus did not want our worship but wishes that we would listen to what he said and the way he pointed to. Just saying.

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