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Posted by whoever on May 2, 2000 19:38:21 UTC

If there is any unity in creation, how is that taught in school? Might not the truth lie in a synergistic union of the unchanging spirit from religions and the changing flesh evolution of Darwin. Might not future science be so clean that the promise of the bible of a new covenent, of a new time when nobody asks one another if they know God for all know God in that day in their heart and mind?
MIND notice: that means with our knowledge and our intellect, that our whole society knows God. I can`t see us ever giving up science, so as I read the bible, science will find God and the heart aspect means we won`t have a problem, like we do in churches today, of not believing what we are told about God. And the God knowledge of the future must align the many religions into one perspective since we won`t even try to tell one another about our own perspective of God. The biblical promise is that everybody knows!
We have a long way to go, of course, which means I don`t believe in any big end of the world scenario for we have too much to do.
Thus I believe in this forum, at least the discussions of God and Science, not the popular complaining about those (he, she, they, whoever) who discuss God and Science.

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