God Conclusion

The God Conclusion is a logical deduction for faith in God. Given assumptions consistent with contemporary science and technological trends, the deduction concludes that if we trust in our own superhuman potential then we should also trust that superhumanity probably would be more compassionate than we are and created our world. Because a compassionate creator may qualify as God in some religions, trust in our own superhuman potential may entail faith in God, and atheism may entail distrust in our superhuman potential.

G1

BOTH superhumanity probably would be more compassionate than we are
AND superhumanity probably created our world
(deduction from CO3 and CR3)

Deduction Support

  1. CO3 of the Compassion Argument
  2. CR3 of the Creation Argument

Assumptions

F1

humanity will not become extinct before evolving into superhumanity
(assumption)

CO1

EITHER humanity probably will become extinct before evolving into superhumanity
OR superhumanity probably would not have more decentralized destructive capacity than we
OR superhumanity probably would be more compassionate than we are
(assumption)

CO2

superhumanity probably would have more decentralized destructive capacity than we
(assumption)

CR1

EITHER humanity probably will become extinct before evolving into superhumanity
OR superhumanity probably would not create many worlds emulating its evolutionary history
OR superhumanity probably created our world
(assumption)

CR2

superhumanity probably would create many worlds emulating its evolutionary history
(assumption)

Deductions

CO3

superhumanity probably would be more compassionate than we are
(deduction from CO1, CO2, and F1)

CR3

superhumanity probably created our world
(deduction from CR1, CR2, and F1)

G1

BOTH superhumanity probably would be more compassionate than we are
AND superhumanity probably created our world
(deduction from CO3 and CR3)