There Can be No God.

The premises for this argument is that you define God, the object of your highest worship and submission of your mind, as either all powerful, all knowing, righteous, or any combination of the three and that my preceding blogs about the impossibility of God being those things is logically sound.

The conclusion being that there can, logically, be no God, as defined by those things.

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