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Does Bush Evil paradoxically imply that God is real?


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You can't have authentic evil without good (or God). This is the biggest sticking point for classical atheism. Either evil is real or it isn't, but if it IS real, then so is good or goodness or God.

This is not semantics. This gut truth, life and death, realness.

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Obviously, many would quibble at this implication, but there's as double question here. The first is does evil imply good (or ultimate goodness, i.e., God)? The second is have millions of humans (especially Americans) paradoxically opened their lives to Divinity as an inevitable response to the satanic evil of the Bush Family, the neocon cabal (representing the Israeli lunatic fringe right wing), the Republican Party in general, or to say it point blank: neo-Nazi fascism?

If so, how extraordinary, because what we're saying is that George W. Bush may have opened more people to God-like spirituality than any one man for hundreds of years. His evil is so limitless that probably millions of people think of him as being evil who have never factored evil into life before. But the filth of George W. Bush is so measureless that one even finds oneself thinking of him as the anti-Christ.

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The sequence is straight forward. George Bush is self evidently monstrous evil. Monstrous evil implies "counter balancing" goodness, and goodness if raised to a high enough power becomes God-like.

The dynamic is that IF evil is real, it has certain necessary consequences, and Bush certainly seems to be evil incarnate, so is he a kind of living proof that God is real?

The question is a reminder that these aren't declarations or mathematical axioms; rather they are networks of plausibility’s that only your heart can open to or not open to.

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It's infinitely ironic that if the dynamic works as described above, then the political army of devils of George Bush may be LITERALLY THAT, i.e., an army of devils.  Look at Cheney? Need any more proof?

“There are more things in heaven an earth, Horatio, than are dreamt of in your philosophy.”

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W. Christopher Epler (Bill)

<http://theliberationofrealism.blogspot.com/> 

 

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