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Posted by Richard Ruquist on July 3, 2003 03:49:34 UTC

They are just not like those of christianity. This seems to contradict evrything you have said in prior posts. You are very confusing.

You also say and I quote, "The big bang theory which assumes the beginning and eventual end of the universe " This is not modern science. The big bang theory does not assume the end of the universe. Before you go marketing Buddhism as compatible with modern science, you had better learn some.

Today on this forum we read that Islam, in particular the Quran predicts that the universe is expanding. Does Buddhism make that prediction. Are you guys in competition to be most agreeable with science.

Why do religions always try to be in agreement with science? It seems to me that you all are just trying to say that my religion is better than yours. Why can't you all admit that all religions come from the same source? The differences are just human distortions of the same messages.

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