Whether you believe or don't believe there is evidence for a god, how would you define "a god" or "god's"...
I'm not asking what religious texts say. Although you may use that if it's part of your definition. I'm asking YOUR opinion. Not someone else's definition. Even if you do not believe, you must have some framework from which you've decided you don't believe in X....I'm asking your definition of X.
I see no need to define the infinite number of supernatural entities that humans can conjure up. If the physics or biology departments of major universities aren't pursuing specific phenomena or beings, then there isn't enough evidence for me to concern myself with it.
Sorry astrology, bigfoot, unicorns. Zeus and all other gods, ghosts, stigmata, etc, etc.
Yo hey Phat Zeeee! What's ya gonna do after da EEEZEEE-JAM! We'z gonna take Dr. Zay-Zay to the Fesh-Zee place and have a super-menatural-convermasation and shit!
God is a concept I don't believe in, so, other than being a supernatural entity, I have no preconceived notions.
I define god as an amorphous construct given shape by the text, culture and indoctrination of the duped and a crutch for the ignorant and stupid.
Probably not offensive enough.
Finding it difficult to stay in character, Bob?
And i won't take it as an accident that you have selected J. Melton as your handle. An incidence of beatific coincidence?
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Nor will i take at as an accident that you are dying to be the didactic, apologetic and condescending professor.