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Posted by Beelzebub X on October 12, 1999 20:46:41 UTC

: The whole of Creation IS A Miracle! How much of a miracle do you need, before you decide to open up your eyes, to what is right in front of your nose?

: Beelzebub: : Yeah yeah yeah...why do you always write so much stuff? The last two sentences are enough! You mean: "The whole of Creation IS A Miracle!"? I ask you: Why is that a miracel? Give me an logical argument for your allegation!

: Greg: : I have offered you such a measure of logical indication of God's presence that if you cannot dispute what has already been offered, it is you who refuses to see, and therefore chooses to remain blind, obstinate, and closed-minded.

Beelzebub: Oh, you become aggressive...LOL...that is good. Yeah, I'm very obstinate, that is true, but the rest...no no no! You have offered me a measure of logical indication? Hmmmm...perhaps I have not seen it because of the much text around it...LOL. You only explained some natural processes (expansion of the universe, growing of the humankind, beautiful nature), and then you say: It's a divine Miracle! I answer: Even the "stupid" scientist from today can explain that all without a God in the story. Are all their theories wrong?

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