I'd agree that the more interesting, literal theistic conceptions of God are typically incoherent. But the philosopher's or mystic's god as the absolute or ground of being avoids some of those conceptions and becomes this empty placeholder that nevertheless threatens to make atheism incoherent, unless we think of what a truly godless world would be like, ontologically speaking.

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