• Agent Smith
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    I don't feel the need for math (fields) to explain/discuss religion unless it clarifies the matter instead of obscuring it (further). In a universe consisting of 2 points, a god that's omnipresent is in both points. That's all there is to omnipresence. Since we're discussin' the god of religion, and you insist that He's in hell too, point me to a passage in scripture that says God is in hell.
  • Hallucinogen
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    I don't feel the need for math (fields) to explain/discuss religionAgent Smith

    Presumptuous/false distinction

    unless [ math ] clarifies the matter (...) That's all there is to omnipresence.Agent Smith

    Given that the former is true, the latter isn't true.

    In a universe consisting of 2 points, a god that's omnipresent is in both points.Agent Smith

    You seem to be ignoring how we define "points" and which field studies them to start with.

    and you insist that He's in hell tooAgent Smith

    No I didn't.
  • Agent Smith
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    :ok: I'm tired. You win by default. :smile:
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