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Posted by M.W.Pearson on January 14, 2003 22:07:34 UTC

In that "top of thread" post, Ruquist writes
in part:
"Fortunately, science will soon provide evidence of the processes by which they can go to heaven. So then all of us can look forward to life beyond death without having unscientific beliefs. The location of heaven is described in Kirshner's book. He does not call it heaven. That requires some physics that is now speculative and astronomy is not speculative."

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Your statements are bold though as you say the physics IS "speculative."
May your paper receive all the critical review you deserve, and I mean that in the encouraging sense.
The rest of your post is mostly
revisiting the idea that the Bible
is not modern science -- I don't get involved in that argument as it is like re-painting the same house every week or eating oatmeal mush at every meal.

Cordially,
Mike

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