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Posted by Scott Abernathy on May 17, 2002 14:11:46 UTC

Is it really that important to be right. You seem to be concerned with the notion of right and wrong. Things just aren't that black and white in science (most of the time). Evidence supports a theory. When new evidence comes to light the theory is either revised or discarded. Will creationism ever be subjected to that type skepticism by christians? I doubt it. That is why it is not a science. Because you have to be right!! Your salvation depends on it. Quit trying to make religion a science - they are incompatible by definition. I wish you could realize that.

Scott

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