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Posted by Paul R. Martin on January 29, 2002 18:00:19 UTC

Hi Harv and Richard,

>>>You and Paul hold similar judgements about God.>But, I don't see how this makes any sense. If God can have any significant effect on the world at all he would need to be vastly more intelligent than humans.>>We don't see those valient efforts of God, and I conclude that this kind of valient (but weak) God isn't an accurate portrayal of the type of divine order in place in the universe.

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