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Posted by Chris Duncan on October 24, 2002 03:23:47 UTC

(1) God

(2)If by Order you mean laws of matter and energy, they are the properties of matter that are common to all matter; and they are properties of energy that are common to all forms of energy.(At least in my opinion)

(3)The incomprehensible number of different combinations of atoms and molecules x the incomprehensible number of atoms and molecules that can create life at any given point on earth x the billions of years that these reactions(which take fractions of second for each to occur) had to "get it right"

(4)If there was, it was lost when the first sin against God took place. Why else would God send Jesus for our salvation? You don't need to save something unless there is a chance of losing it. It seems to me that a perfect analogy for humanity would be the Titanic: Impressive when first created, Marvelous to see, Sinks on her maiden voyage.


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