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I think the OP runs into conceptual problems. What does "infinitely good" mean? Also, "good" by what standard? Are we to judge [any] God by what is ethical for a human? How is that justified? Judging God by human standards appears to be a categorical error. And that's before we consider that humans don't recognize a universal ethical ...


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1/2 + 1/4 + ... + 1/2^n consider this infinite geometric series, you can proceed on the real line like an ant starting from origin 0 with each step becoming smaller and smaller, you can go on to infinity. But we all know from math this series is convergent to 1, so it has a finite limit=1, and you as the ant is not staying for ever as easily imagined. Now ...


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Nietzsche is not Schopenhauer. (Author of Anti-Christ) Yes, he would believe in God. In Schopenhauer's Manuscript Remains or Religion: a Dialogue he never declares himself as atheist. Atheists don't believe in God and don't care about it. However, Arthur was a slightly different person. He had a bond with Christ and Budda, looking for answers about cruelity ...


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