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RE: Does Anyone Here Have A Single Proof Of Gods Existance?

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Posted by bzrd on July 2, 2000 00:09:33 UTC

Heya Philo, the short answer is no. But if one takes all of the physical laws and constants in the universe coupled with the innumeral physical factors of our own planet [axis tilt, rotational period, climatology etc etc], they, all together, make life possible. Ofcourse one could rationalize. But after a point it seems to become an exersize in futility. One must ask the question, are we trying NOT to see evidence of design in nature? The materialist philosophy dictates that one jump through a seemingly endless number of intellectual hoops in order to circumvent the rather obvious theological implications of design theory. For ex. the probability of a simple functional protein forming through a random process is 1 in 10[65]. This is an absurdly large number. It would require almost as many atoms as there are in the universe to interact together in the "primordial soup" for abiogenesis to occur. The Kingdom of God is found within us, brother:)

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