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Posted by Michael Wright on September 5, 2001 14:22:39 UTC

I am curious to see your answer (and, of course, jisbond's) to this question:

If (a BIG IF, I know) in your lifetime, science and mathematics are found to explain EVERYTHING that has ever existed and ALL natural laws and phenomena, from the Big Bang to Abiogenesis, would you 'tack on' God to the end of the proverbial equation, even if there is no hint of a God in it?

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