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RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: RE: Evolution

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on October 23, 2000 01:05:23 UTC

You are arguing against an over simplified picture of the supernatural. Even the original buddhists, and the Dalai Lama today, do not believe in the kind of god you are arguing against. Instead, let`s argue about whether or not a supernatural world exists. That is much more fundamental. Whether there is a single benevolent creature in such a world, or a committee of such creatures somehow influencing our world is secondary compared to the fundamental existence of such a world.

So give me your arguments as to why a supernatural world cannot exist, and I will counter with scientific findings that suggest that such a world could exist. It will be great fun. Thanks for adding some new spice to this forum.

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