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"purpose" Is Not Shown To Be Relevant In Evolution

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on September 27, 2004 17:00:30 UTC

I don't know Y he wrote:
"I see evil as necessary for free will. Evil may have many other functions, like promoting evolution by selection of the fittest warriors.

Yanniru continues not to
admit that objectivity may have multiple reference points and those "subjective experiences" are subunits of an objective experience -- and that subjective experiences do not become absolutes just because one of them triumphed temporarily on a segment of time.

"Function" depends on whose ox is gored (or bushed). Science CAN *NOT*
(see the "not" ? ) endorse value judgments or functions in evolution because

(The survival of a "fittest warrior" sometimes comes at the cost of losing the "fittest builder." But that's another point.)

Lovingly,
Mike



that God does not stand outside these mechanisms or laws of the universe, but rather operates through them.

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