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Mathematic logic Anonymous 09/27/2021 (Mon) 05:27:07 No.1579
Have you heard of Gödel's incompleteness theorems? >The first incompleteness theorem states that no consistent system of axioms whose theorems can be listed by an effective procedure (i.e., an algorithm) is capable of proving all truths about the arithmetic of natural numbers. For any such consistent formal system, there will always be statements about natural numbers that are true, but that are unprovable within the system. The second incompleteness theorem, an extension of the first, shows that the system cannot demonstrate its own consistency. Not all truths can be proven.
>>1579 I personally think God did this intentionally to test us, if there was clear prove we wouldn't have faith, if tomorrow the laws of physic changes , maybe earth gravity is 3 instead of 9.8, I wouldn't' care ,but if you say Jesus was wrong in something ,and I'm outraged or confused of why would someone say that. Humans don't have faith in provable thing ,they just believe because it's obligatory ,I bet people would eat rocks if they could. But I disagree with you in your claim that there isn't evidence,what about Jesus,what about his historical records and other which confirm the Bible,what about the how are brains are distributed(the left one although smarter have does more bad such as lying and searching own benefit,while the right one remembers people and do things which don't hurts other),what about the similarities between the bible and ""Real"" history such as Adam and Eve?
>>1583 You never had faith. There's clear proof of God if you just study metaphysics like a little bit. Faith in god isn't faith in his existence. It's faith IN God. It's not faith that there is a pilot on the plane. It's faith that the pilot of the plane will bring you to your destination.
>>1587 >There's clear proof of God if you just study metaphysics like a little bit. Would you recommend any good books on the subject of a metaphysical Christian God?
>>1587 >But I disagree with you in your claim that there isn't evidence My point wasn't, that God was only threw faith,what I meant is that is more tricker discover at a personal level rather than natural things, at least with a modenr midne

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