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Posted by Mario Dovalina on January 9, 2003 20:35:46 UTC

Hey Richard, long time no see.

"My personal belief is that most of us go to heaven regardless of belief or good works."

Is that to say that you believe that God is directly responsible for both good and evil in the world, and that he appreciates and condones each? I know you believe in a non-omnipotent, imperfect God, but is it a yin/yang-esque concept for you?

"My present vocational endeavour is to elucidate a consistency between God and Science"

I agree, I don't see why people try to draw a distinction between God and objectivity, as if God, if he exists, is somehow a purely subjective, irrational concept. If God interact with our universe, he can be described.

"I think that this forum is one of the best places to arrive at a consensus based on a consistency between the Truth of both God and Science. Thank you for providing us this splendid opportunity."

I've had more engaging conversations on this forum than any other medium in my life, combined. This is the only site I've visited so regularly for so long. Thanks for putting up with us, John. :)

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