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Posted by I Care About You and Evenstar on August 4, 2000 14:10:34 UTC

What then, is your take on creation? You continually question religion saying that you have no evidence to believe in and that you must touch, taste or visualize something in order to believe it. You also condemn Christians, and say that they are intelligent only in theology or have limited knowledge of other things. How much do you know about science? Did you not become skilled in it because you were tutored by someone in the past that had been previously done the same way? When you ask a Christian "How can you Believe?" they reply "How can you not believe?" which would probably be your reply to the same about science. Christians have just as much evidence to prove their missions in life as you do in yours. The key is to study theology and be around the people who teach it in order to understand it. You dont become a scientist by watching television all day.You cant take an online course in anti-gravity and expect to get full understanding in it, so until you have done any studying with the ones who know the knowledge the best, you are leaving yourself open to ignorance.

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