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Posted by Mohammad Isa Mirsiam on December 13, 2001 03:36:37 UTC

My Dear Alexander,
I suppose you do understand that we disagree on the fundamental aspect(s) of your definition of natural because to many of us there is nothing natural about the sciences that you are proposing to be natural.

Most believers understand the sciences to be supernatural (i.e. an entity who can actually invent knowledge and then make that knowledge real by creating it as a living entity of itself though dependent on the originator entity) and we humans have learned to forge or copy the principals and apply them to our inventions. Most people like prefer to be logical about the whole concept of nature. (i.e. can you understand how we might believe that what so ever is in the heavens and on the earth and all that is in between is a living creation composed of the sciences you suggest except that it is dependent on a maker outside of itself that must necessarily not be composed of the same sciences?)

Please explain me: What is your concept about how nature or natural science first appeared?

A) Did these natural sciences appear without being caused? And appear for no purpose?

B) Did these natural sciences create or make itself?

C) Did this natural science have a cause or maker outside of itself?

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