whats your best definition to the word God and how do you see this topic

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Impossible.  Inane.

My definition of god:
God: inverse dog. Not loyal, not man's friend (let alone best friend) doesn't listen, and finally - not real. 

Santa Claus for adults.

Lol, maybe there's something to that. Perhaps Santa gives coal to the naughty children, so they can light their own hell-fires later on!

Providence

god- the ultimate prescription drug.

"God:"  1) A word that rhymes with "fraud,"

             2) a word synonymous with fraud.

             3) the first three letters of "godawful"

             4) a word homologous to "godawful"

         

I don't recognize the term as having validity.

Hey archaeopteryx,

I'm more in line with yoru view. My answer would be,

Myth

The most important discussion in the history of humanity because so many people believe it.

- kk

A spiritual person governing man seems to fit almost any notion whether theist or polytheist. Some people refer to a concept called pantheism, but I don't see how theism (belief in a personal deity) can fit in with that concept. It seems to be a self-contradictory notion.

Someone I talk to during sex.

Is that a Terminator 2 reference as well? LOL

"Talk to the hand"

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