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Posted by Sam Patterson on October 19, 2002 16:53:20 UTC

"I think that if I did not want to discuss people's thoughts, I would not be here posting."


"Nothing is infinite, that is to say that everything is finite, with the exception of nothing, which may or may not be nothing."

God is not finite. I am not finite. My body is, but my soul is infinite. This is what I believe God meant when he said he made us in his image.

"Yes, but we can only speculate on what that truth is. If there were no truth, than we could not possibly exist, but, as you can see, we exist... at least I do."

So you agree with this in terms of morals? That there is a black and white, yes or no absolute truth for every situation? For example, is homosexuality wrong? Abortion (I know you think it is)? Our recents wars overseas? Stem-cell research?

"I am firmly against judging people by their descent/religious beliefs."

Of course this is not what I meant. That is racism.


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