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Religion Often Points Out A Direction For Science

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on June 15, 2002 13:16:56 UTC

Examples are evolution in the 6 creation days, multidimensional universe and compactification in Abraham's Book of Creation, multiuniverses in the Shri Bagavatum and quarks in the Rig Veda.

It is true that science in the last 500 years has considerable narrowed the realm of god. But now I believe the science is on the verge of explaining the realm of god.

Science is our best source of truth, though not perfect. So I agree that we should styart with science. But it would be foolish to end there.

Regards. Richard

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