Very well put Future. I've not heard it expressed that way before, and I agree with you.
Technically omnipresent intelligence is impossible.. Especially when not everything in existence has "intelligence". It's self-refuting, and would effectively be calling existence itself "GOD" by consequence. That would make us all GOD. O.o
This makes good sense:
I used to say 99 percent, and I am all for being open minded, however it is the consequence of the paradox that has brought me that one .01% further. At some point you reach a logical conclusion, an absolute due to consequence or due to problem of definition..This is the point where you can't take the concept any further intellectually, conceptually, philosophically, or scientifically.. And that is the consequence of the paradox.. Hence I can't fix that no matter how open minded I am as it literally is the furthest the goal posts can be moved on either end of the field.
How can we account for the transformation?
Open minded instead of right minded and next metaphor?
Now that you bring it up, I think I would have to put myself in the 99.9% category. A proof that god doesn't exist is probably just as impossible as a proof that she does. If the .01% turned out somehow to be correct, (and really that's something we could never know) my take is it would have to be some sort of pantheism wherein the entire physical universe, including all of us, is god's body. If there is some sort of god (and I AM 100% sure it's not the great freudian daddy in the sky, looking like an aging Republican, sitting there with his adding machine to see how much we all contribute on Sunday morning.) the universe is something she IS, not something she MADE for us to trash. Agnostic v. atheist - whatever label is applied doesn't really matter. What matters is we don't fall for the fairy tales. And whatever is or isn't out there sure as hell didn't write a book!
She could even be gay!
Probably why the catholics don't like girls.
She might even be FABULOUS! [ROFLMAO!!!]
The New Testament god is most likely male; he knocked up a mortal woman.