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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on June 11, 2002 03:20:28 UTC

Some religions demand complete subservience
and some follow the general rule:
"Render unto Caesar what is Caesar's
Render unto God what is God's
and Render unto Me what is Mine"

To me, the only religions which should demand
complete obedience are physical sciences, and their only religious observances should consist
of enhancing our chemical and physical integrity
for the tasks at hand.

Some of our world's religions compete with the physical sciences with some crazy literature.
They don't allow debate of first principles, yet even in science that is allowed.

If all religions are valid then all literature is true too.

I'm sure you do agree with me now that it has been so plainly stated...unless you now post a statement that you do not agree, backed up by good reasoning or better logic.

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