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Posted by Mario Dovalina on September 1, 2002 04:52:06 UTC

"On realizing that another world existed, I saw no reason to expect any religion or philosophy to be more true than any other... What kind of reasons are you looking for."

I'd like to know how you came to realize that another world existed, and why you correlate human religious beliefs to such a world.

"Sorry. But I never realized I was avoiding your questions"

I don't think you ever dodged any questions I asked, but whenever we went down this path in the past (2 or 3 times) it got to the point where I asked something like what verifiable truths can religion provide us that science cannot, and the conversation just stops at that point.

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