Message 30: Davin
> For me it is like having an in depth discussion on whether the Tooth
> Fairy really exists or not. I mean it is all the same to me and is
> basically a discussion without end.
After some thought it seems to me that it is not logical to believe in
a creator of all things. If the Universe was created by God, then the
natural question to ask is this: Who or what created God? To which
the theist would answer: Nothing created God, God just *is*. To which
the atheist would answer: If God's status can be just *is*, then why
can't the same thing be true of the Universe? Can't the Universe just
be? So I agree that it is not rational to believe in an intelligent
creator. But at the other end of time, it is still rational to
believe that evolution will produce God and therefore God will exist.
Since it might be possible for this being to escape the confines of
time and space, it is still reasonable to say God just *is*.