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Posted by Whittier on November 26, 2003 04:16:34 UTC

"God is not scientific concept, it is religious concept, it comes from religion and is also subjective (different people and different religions understand it differently). Because of this and only because of this we cannot say anything about God in science."

I agree with you in many dimensions of what
you have said here. On the other hand,
most phenomena can be discussed 1) ignorantly
and (2) less ignorantly.
We can discuss communications about "God"
quantitatively and objectively.
Since God is largely ABOUT communication,
there you have it. ;)

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