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Posted by Harvey on January 11, 2002 06:16:04 UTC

Hi Mario,

>>>I know you advocate an intelligent and sentient God, but all your doing is making arguments for the existence of some exernal force.>Most of your arguments boil down to that point, and the rest of your belief system is just conjecture.>"There must be a God because the Universe is incredibly complex" is not a valid argument,>and neither is "If we manage to save ourselves from an asteroid using high-tech weaponry, that's God performing a miracle." I hate to say it, but I sense you grasping at straws whenever the argument proceeds beyond a generic "divine order.">>I ask, if God really loves intelligent life, why are we the only Earth-species out of hundreds of millions to develop true self-awareness?>Why is the vast, VAST majority of the cosmos a barren wasteland, devoid of life (hell, devoid of matter)?

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