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Posted by Mario Dovalina on June 2, 2002 05:01:21 UTC

"What kind of God do you beleive in. Obviously your God is a weak one. After all it took millions upon millions of years of death, destruction, and all the other nicities of evolution for him to make man."

A weak god because mankind isn't on the top of the priority list? How anthrocentric of you. The universe is full of boundless wonder outside of our small little corner of it. You give us too much credit.

Mine? He did it all in 6 days. Preety amazing ain't he."

Oh yeah? Well, Jim Smith down the street, HIS god did it all in FOUR days! And Jim Smith's god didn't even need to rest afterwards! Puts your god to shame, doesn't it? I suggest you become a Smithist. After all, the more impressive the idea, the more true it is.

"it says in the bible that untill Adam sinned nothing died. This alone from the bible makes evolution and God unable to exist together."

No, it makes fundamentalist christianity and evolution unable to coexist. There ARE other alternatives my friend. Non-dogmatic theism, for instance?

"Want a coke with that instead?"

No, the Gospel according to Jim forbids the ingestion of carbonated beverages. I don't ask why, but it sounds right to me.

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