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PHILOSOPHY
Question:
Does God exist?
Answer:
The existence of God, as well as the Devil, can only be understood in terms of Good vs. Evil. God is universally characterized as all goodness, while the Devil is total Evil. In pure Nature there is no "Good vs. Evil." Everything simply exists and attempts to remain in existence. Good and evil are thus concepts of the human mind trying to characterize everything, thus God is the fictitious embodiment of what defines "Good" and only exists in the human mind's attempt to explain the universe. Descartes' famous dictum "Je pense, donc je suis" (Cogito ergo sum/I think, therefore I am) was actually written originally as, "Je pense, donc Tu n'es pas (I think, therefore You don't exist) and was intentionally changed by the Catholic Church to the current version to protect its credit rating and loan repayment ability.
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