Re: help with "proof" for non-existence of God

Dan Hook (
Mon, 10 Mar 1997 21:29:33 -0500

> From: Johnny Carwash <>
> To:
> Subject: Re: help with "proof" for non-existence of God
> Date: Monday, March 10, 1997 8:08 PM
>> I am aware that I do not have a chance of
> >changing their views. Right now my current goal is having someone say,
> >"That's a good argument, but I still believe."
> God's existence or non existence is a matter of faith. There's no
> that will make a very pious individual become an atheist. In any case,
> there's nothing about religion that is for or against nanotechnology.
> Judaism has always adapted to changes in society, and the Dalai Lama said
> the physics would not change for Buddhism, Buddhism would change for
> physics. You'll never conclusively prove God doesn't exist, simply
> no one who believes will accept it. Similarily, it's nearly (but less)
> impossible to prove that God does exist.

Just wondering, what did I leave out of my original post that showed an
ignorance of this? I cut down the quote and it seems to have the same
message of your response. I am just doing this as a hobby. I know I
cannot change anyone. They must find the true path within themselves
(religious terminology used loosely, and not at all seriously).
Dan Hook