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Religion In Light Of Evolution Via Selection: Natural&Artificial

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Posted by Whittier on November 19, 2004 23:38:13 UTC

biological evolution: the world's populations will be different in future because offspring recombine and reproduce but some "lines" encounter good fortune while other "lines"
stop

religon proceeding from our knowledge of that:
Probably there is no eternal truth that would justify amplifying any trait in ecology
but if there are such traits we like so well, are they really so vague as "intelligence?"
Maybe the truths of an evolution-based religion are about discovering quality of life and elaborating purpose of life, and not tinkering with the forms of life until we have really done justice to the depth of those topics.
One being's heaven can seem like another person's hell or at least purgatory and vice versa. This topic needs more work.

Religion in light of Evolution via Selection: Natural&Artificial

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