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Posted by Mario Dovalina on June 11, 2002 15:15:08 UTC

"I believe it is God's intent that religions of the world grow and share from one another."

Whenever two major religions are put into contact, the result tends to be bloodshed, again and again for thousands of years. Not to say that blending and contrasting ideas is a bad idea. But God sure has a bloody, roundabout way of doing things if he's behind all this, doesn't he?

"In your case, I would focus on the ideal principles of Islam and fully incorporate those in your life...."

Shouldn't Islam be established as scientifically valid before we start believing in it? Or are you just arguing for religion's usefulness in making you happy?

A question, Harv. Why do you believe in a personal, loving God as opposed to a generic universal force? Is it just desire for a loving universe?

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