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Posted by Box Holder on May 22, 2002 23:29:45 UTC

should have read
"whether or not a religion embraces old earth and evolution does not indicate how good the religion is."

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If you are the senior mind on a question, you comprehend how the other point of view came to exist.
To answer religion as if religion must
comply with the requirements of science
is to jump ahead and solve the wrong problem.


Religion occurs at the point of free will and conduct of life; whether or not a religion embraces old earth and evolution does not indicate how good the religion is.

Our mutual question between science and relition is not who created the universe but how we participate.
Obviously there IS Intelligent Design there are engineers and musical composers and such!; but how intelligent is it? When did it begin? May we participate? What are the rules? What should be the rules in future? These questions are plenty dicey...lots of variables to assemble and argue.

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