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Re: Answer (reply To Bzrd)

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Posted by Beelzebub X on October 10, 1999 22:40:19 UTC

: bzrd here: Most of you are probably aware of the underlying argument that lies beneath the surface of the creation/evolution debate. Most, if not all, of the religions that involve polytheism, are founded on the premise that man resides at the "pinnacle" of creation; and in someway we are evolving to a higher state of being or awareness. Hence, it is not suprising that most of you are enamored with the notion that there is no God, and are free to live your lives unfettered by the thought of a final judgement. There is an interesting parallel to this in the first few chapters of Genesis that involves a certain tree and a serpent. It is very clear in my mind who is behind it.

Beelzebub: The final judgement??? What means that? A God wants to punish us for his own faults? He makes us imperfect and after he complains? Yeah, that's really a divine behavior! LOL

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