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Unformatted text preview: existence, we can try and understand His nature through miracles or that which we cant define or find the cause of on earth. Miracles are certainly surpassing human nature. Maybe theyre not godly nature but theyre at least the nature of the world around us. If we can understand the nature of the world around us and define its rules, who is to say we cant at least attempt to define Gods nature? It seems like a pretty generous accusation that Gods nature is completely mysterious to human beings. Also, Philo makes the point that we use honorable human characteristics to describe God but we cant use them for the mere fact that they are simply human and not divine. This seems silly to me. If one believes in God, how is their belief supposed to be backed up if they cannot describe his nature?...
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