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Posted by S.H. Le on December 7, 1999 21:01:27 UTC

: Is it because that this aspect of the sciences is allot more unforgiving with the arguments of religion, of God? : Tön ------------- I'd assume so. The good thing about being a free thinker is the ability to view things from various points of view. That's what the literal Christain lacks - just God, Christ, Satan, and that's it. Wham bam thank you maam, that's the only reality and perspective there is to these people. It's very restrictive, don't you think?

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