We commit intellectual blunders because it suits our interests to do so, or
because our blunders are of such a nature that we get pleasure or excitement
from committing them.
—Aldous Huxley (Aldous Huxley, “Words and Their Meanings,” in Max Black, Editor, The Importance of Language (Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, 1962), p. 11.)

Most every person has at least at one time or another pondered the question of the existence of God. Religious people claim that God exists, while atheists deny such a claim, and agnostics remain cautiously skeptical, and each for a variety of reasons. But in order for the question of God’s existence to be answered responsibly and to prevent conceptual confusion, we must have in mind a proper understanding of what, should God exist, God is and what God is not, as well as precisely what is being claimed by each possible position concerning the existence of God…

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