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Posted by Mario Dovalina on September 17, 2002 19:29:06 UTC

"In what sense does the statement "God loves us" differ from the statement "The universe is a good place to live"?"

It presumes that God exists, and what his feelings are. "The universe is a good place to live" makes no statements about the nature of the universe; it's just our reaction to it. "God loves me" is another story entirely different matter, it puts constraints on the universe itself.

"To deny religion is to deny humanity itself."

If you truly believe that, so be it. I consider myself to be at least 80% human.

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