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Posted by Mike Pearson on August 29, 2002 22:33:30 UTC

Although the Bible does not, you also tell jokes!

Meanwhile, you and Yanniru are both saying
the Bible anticipated Darwin. Kinda sketchy...

I guess you and Yanniru can also find the hints about how to build
transistors, solid state circuitry, microchips and
molecular machines in the Bible

I wrote a science fiction novel where folks have to face God whether they are "killers" or not.

It's funny you should mention it -- certainly you know the secular legal system is the one that outlaws killing people. The Bible seems to condone it, and so does the Bhagavad Gita etc.
And certainly, animals, plants and microbes seem fair game.

I think it is funny you think a "killer" will some day have to "face God" after all these millenia where only secular law forbids killing humans... except in legal war or legal self defense, of course. For it appears that most references to "God" had been, before you used the term, references to the condoner of killing.
Jesus certainly seemed to be an exception, but
what church authorities really followed him for most of the past 2,000 years?

I can see you're beginning to think about these matters. That's good...unless you screw it up like 100,000 other church thinkers have.

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