God may not exist. Even the Urantia Papers claim the existence of God will eternally be impossible to either prove or disprove.(citation needed) Even if he doesn't, so what? We're still living on this rock, spinning through space, trying to raise children, and lead happy lives. Without free-will, our actions are meaningless. Without the possibility of loss, there would be no reason to value anything. My God should exist for many pragmatic reasons.
Listing those reasons elsewhere (undecided, at this edit), we can talk about God in general terms, without using "deep" Urantia Papers terminology. How different is the God of the Urantia Papers from the Gods of the Quran, Bible, and Torah?
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