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Posted by Mario Dovalina on July 3, 2002 02:11:23 UTC

I'm trying hard to not get mad. :)

***There was only creationism***

No. There was Hinduism, Islam, Sikhism, Shintoism, Buddhism, etc. etc. Get this straight: there is more out there than creationism and atheism. A LOT more. If you [and those like you] are of the opinion that every attempt to look at the universe in a scientific manner is an attempt to undermine religion then I am deeply, deeply afraid of humanity's future.

***those who didn't believe in God slowly were trying to find a thoery that would prove it***

Most christians believe in evolution. End of debate. Evolution and God are not mutually exclusive. The existence of God or any intelligent designer has nothing to do with evolutionary biology. It's another question altogether.

***Besides most of our ideas about the whole universe are originated in different holy books. And we don't live in that kind of world in the first place so this world is not needed. Why don't you just ask this question:

"Is there any way that you can prove that what is said to happen in the bible with out using the bible as the basis for that belief?"***

No, I want to know if you think the evidence jives with a 6000 year old universe just based on the evidence alone.

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