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Posted by Harvey on October 1, 2001 18:47:40 UTC

Hi Alex,

>>>Science does not have any trouble to prove gods inexistence. It was always in the past, that whatever believers call god was quickly found to be in contradiction with facts. So, it looks like recently believers decided NOT to define god AT ALL, because any definition was immediately in contradiction with facts (or became in contradiction with facts later, upon futher increasing of our knowledge about Universe).>>It is FAILURE OF RELIGION to tell what is it they (believers) are talking about (what is god).>>From concrete biblical human-like-god to completely non-existing in physical universe quazi-philosophical "spiritual entity" (to save last remnants of face, believers now say that "it" (what? who?)exists "outside" of universe, "outside" of space and existed only "before" time. Because anything else roughly contradict facts.

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