Questions for Theists by Apetivist Original Post: 02/02/20 Quality changes on 07/22/21 Revised Version: 12/06/2020 - See Addendum near bottom of page regarding the only acceptable or addressable forms of communication with those that wish to rebut the questions asked in this work. I don't want long diatribes of what you believe nor a defense of any doctrine or bias. If you cannot do a point-by-point rebuttal in my proposed format below in Addendum then your entire response will be sent back with the reason why. I don't have an unlimited amount of time to do a merry-go-round on all these unrelated doctrinal claims nor to reflect on every anecdote of personal experiences. Thank you for your cooperation. *Point regarding the confidentiality of email correspondences. I will not produce any part of an email to the public nor even to private parties unless it contains a personal threat or a threat to harm others and I will report such threats to appropriate authoritie
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