Comment: For argument's sake, lets say

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For argument's sake, lets say

For argument's sake, lets say that I killed your God; then do I have ownership over you? Since your God owns you, but I killed him, so does that ownership then transfer to me or who then owns you? I ask this because if you are going to claim that in the event of your God's death that you own yourself, then I will claim that my God is already dead and therefore I own myself. However, if you are to claim that in the event of your God's death that you do not own yourself, but I -the killer of your God- owns you; then I shall posit that I killed my God, and therefore I own myself.