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Arguments for benevolent theism eventual break down to malevolent polytheism

How all arguments for benevolent theism eventual break down to malevolent polytheism. Part one. In this multiple part series I will be discussing in depth how all arguments for benevolent theisms (wether poly or not) are merely a moving of

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November 23: Blaise Pascal’s Conversion

The evening of his “definite conversion” (November 23)… was the occasion of what Pascal remembered as a two-hour mystical vision, but what might just have been a misinterpretation of the aura and shimmering lights that occasionally precede a migraine headache. Some of the common triggers for migraines are being tired, stressed or depressed and the let-down after a stressful event — like nearly falling off a bridge.

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June 19: Blaise Pascal and Pascal’s Wager

“If you gain, you gain all; if you lose, you lose nothing. Wager then without hesitation that He is.” No one knows if Pascal his won his Wager.

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