If our whole life, and perception are based on relationships. God must exist. For something NOT to exist fully, it cannot be percieved by the mind, or exist in the memory. Hi, just want to see what you philosophical headz think to this; Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! 1. To believe God does not exist, or, that there is not enough evidence for his existence, still forms a relationship, at least in the mind, because God has to be percieved to not to exist. 2. That perception differs ONLY, from the perception of God does exist, in the negative sense, as opposed to a positive one. 3. The only way God can NOT exist is to illiminate all notions of God, Supreme Being, Leader, boss, from the mind. By doing so one relinquishes the relationship. 4. This is not a theistic argument, or a religious one. It is more in the realm of an ontological one. What do you think? thanks jan.