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  1. As someone who has a Ph.D. in philosophy and who has studied metaphysics for years professionally, I’m a bit curious, David. I also taught a course called The Meaning of Life for years at NYU. There are 3 so-called proofs for the existence of god and even Thomas Aquinas didn’t accept one of them. The other two have been shown fallacious for centuries. That leaves faith. Is that why you believe in god, and if so, how do you, with your seemingly unbounded confidence, justify the faith of Christianity (including Mormonism) versus the faith of those who believe in a different god. That is, how does one settle the dispute? No law or objective reality to settle it. Or am I missing something?

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