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Posted by Carrie Jacobs on July 27, 2000 04:17:43 UTC

I`m new to this, so hi everyone.

I`ve always thought that it was kind of silly to argue about who God is, what he is, how he works, etc., because none of it is provable, but I can`t resist jumping into the fray now. I`ve always thought that God and science were very closely related, sort of the same thing. Maybe God is his universe, it certainly seems like it when I look at the stars. So maybe as we uncover more and more in science, we`re getting to know God better and better. Just a thought.

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