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What Is "is"

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Posted by Ian on May 9, 2002 04:18:02 UTC

Great, lets get into the conversation of trying to define what is "is".

Mike, quick curiousity question ... why the different names? (spazcon, quiet, and I swear I saw a third one)

"True religion" would mean the only religion that should be followed in order to be "saved". (Please don't ask me to define saved.)

Mike:

Most of the Bible is more historical and about personal psychology or sociology than about physical, chemical or biological science in its claims.

Response: Yeah, I agree. That is why I don't understand the need for people of faith to try and force science to fit into the literal interpretation of the bible (in this case). For example the earth is only 6000 years old.

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