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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on May 28, 2002 17:39:36 UTC

Yanniru wrote:
"Let's assume that god is consistent and does not make mistakes, especially on something as important as the ten commandments which he supposedly wrote himself on stone tablets."

If you make that assumption by the definition you are implying, the game is over.
But are we assuming that Yanniru's assumption
itself is scientifically the exclusive definition?

If you have read my posts there are many replies you would not make. If you make one of them, I will not reply for it is in the archives and we've gone over this before.

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