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Posted by Robert Garfinkle on March 20, 2003 06:28:06 UTC

I was really kidding about 'In moderation' I did not know how to react at the moment and was in another 'trying to be funny' mode.

To define holiness via science, well, I imagine we could, but would it not be like any other study and then definition?

I always thought, that each individual 'views' GOD differently, even people who reside within the same religion. The 'base' is identical, but in our minds, we view GOD a bit different.

So, knowing that, if we were to attempt to define GOD scientifically, would we do it using generalities, or would we do it using specifics?

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