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Posted by Mario Dovalina on September 8, 2001 15:12:36 UTC

"Is that 6 billion veiws of reality and 5,999,999,999 wrong views...?"

Nice try, but no. :) I don't make any claims about God. What I say is due to available evidence, the information supporting God's existence is not sufficient to warrant definite conclusions or beliefs.

And beliefs CAN be wrong. Absolutely. If someone claimed that observable time did not dilate as you accelerated, he would be wrong. Beliefs make claims about the outside world. The outside world does not conform to these beliefs. So, beliefs can and will be incorrect.

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