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Fun:Argument from molarity

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The argument from molarity is a spelling error solution to the God Question. It goes as follows:

God is the solution of all things; therefore, God exists.

Examples[edit]

  • God showed the family of Noah about this argument via the "final solution",[1] with a solvent of water and solute of every living thing on Earth.
  • Jesus proved this argument by providing people with solutions of various sugar/chemicals in the solvent of alcohol and water called wine.

Rebuttals[edit]

Atheists say that God is the pollution in the solution. (Deists say that He merely needs some dilution.)

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Footnotes[edit]

  1. Well, not quite final, since he saved Noah. Version 2.0 is still in progress.