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Posted by Robert Garfinkle on September 15, 2001 19:46:39 UTC

The last statement maybe directed towards Jisbond. But I would like to make a comment.

Unexplainable events occur. Non-understandable events occur. Because we are not exactly sure how these things happened, some can speculate that certain events took place, with scientific backing, a certain way or for a particular reason.

But some of those events remain unexplainable, and while researchers go on researching, others would like to believe that GOD had something to do with that particular event. And while we are still not sure. The believers in GOD, I think, should still hold on to their beliefs.

It may turn out that GOD exists and can perform acts and make events occur. While evidence is searched for, to explain these acts and events, could it be possible that the normal/common methods used to collect evidence and do research cannot be applied. Could it be also possible that believers in GOD, simply, have and keep the faith in the Almighty.

I am a believer. I believe that GOD can do anything. Whether GOD does or not, that is a different topic.

Until we find out, some of us believe, and strongly, and others will keep investigating.



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