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Directions: In the following question, four statements are provided between an opening statement 1 and closing statement 6. The four statements are jumbled up and form a coherent paragraph when properly arranged. Select the alternative representing the proper and logical sequencing of these six taken together.
1. Our consciences, however, are not satisfied with gods like those of antiquity, imperfect deities conceived by man after his own image and partaking of his weaknesses.
A. His existence, however, is contradicted by the imperfection of everything he is supposed to have created and the possibility of the existence of such a being leads to inescapable inconsistencies.
B. He could not be both omniscient and omnipotent and either one excludes the other.
C. If an omniscient God were able to conceive of both the present and the future, he would not be able, a moment later, to change that future.
D. Gradually the multiple deities with which the imaginations of our ancestors peopled the forests and the seas, or to which they gave the forms of animals, were refined into a single absolute, omniscient, and omnipotent deity.
6. He would have no reason to wish the material realization of anything, since any desire, project, or will to act on his part would be equivalent to the realization of that desire or wish.
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