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GOD And Universe - Round Robbin Topic

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Posted by Bobby Magee on October 23, 2003 16:23:49 UTC

Seems that there will always be individuals that want to believe in the ultimate supreme being that is responsible for the creation of our universe we are living in. Then there will be the Scientists and Ordinary individuals that see things and ask questions beyond what we know. Should everything be answered with "GOD made that" to subject that we do not know the answer to. I think not. This is just my opinion though. Just because we don't know something doesn't mean that only a supreme being could have made it.

As for needing a reason to belong in this universe, some people don't feel the need to have to belong to a certain religous group to feel at ease with the current state of the universe we are in. So which brings us back to the original Topic of the Term WORD. It means what you want it to mean based on which religion you subscribe to or it means something else based on your personal interpretation.

Just my two cents here.

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