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RE: RE: Single Most Important Evidence For Beliefs

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Posted by Michael Wright on August 16, 2000 06:05:09 UTC

"Why should there be a God when all is explainable???" Beelzebub, if all is explainable, explain for me abogenesis, explain for all of us the creation of life, explain what is outside the infinite confines of our universe, explain for us why there are superstrings and what they are made up.
Please, All is not explainable. Not yet at least... I am not saying that what you said holds no merit; I am merely stating to follow up your arguments with examples, evidence perhaps to support your claims, and I promise to you that I will do likewise, and I hope all contributors to this forum will as well.
Empirical seems to be the word of the day; let us first know what "Empirical" actually means, then use it as a tool on our quest for the truth...

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