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Re: Oh Please...don't Get Him Started

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Posted by Greg Armel on November 12, 1999 04:25:18 UTC

Apollos: Also, Gregg, you say that God has already determined the means by which all molecular structures can be combined. Could you expound on that part of your theory? Thankyou.

Greg: If I may respond to both posts in this one. I don't disrespect the Bible. I just think that the Old Testament is mostly allegorical, at least prior to the time of Moses, and the New Testament is misinterpreted with a bias that favors Church political agenda over the real message of Love and Forgiveness that Jesus shared with Mankind. God is God for All Mankind. He sees all men in the same way, no matter whether they're Christian, Jew, Hindu, Muslim, Buddhist, Taoist, or Athiest for that matter.

Like I said, I am not a chemist, nor have I studied chemistry, but molecules combine in specific ways that are in accord with their Natural inclinations and Nature abides by God's Truth because it is God's Creation. God doesn't do many Parlor Tricks, so He's not apt to combine molecules in any way that He did not intend for them to combine in the first place.

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