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..I will die implies only that I will die. It doesn't prove that God will abide for eternity.
The Illiad and the Odyssey have survived thousands of years, what is the difference?

I accept the likelyhood that I will die. I don't accept that me dying proves anything about God. If God came down and announced something every time a person dies, maybe I'd lend death some weight into this arguments. Howver, as far as we know, we will likely die, and there is nothing about it that reasonably proves the existence of God.

Free market capitalism isn't right for America because it works better. It's right because it's free (and it works better).