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Posted by Rich on November 10, 2000 13:51:11 UTC

Just because a book says it doesn't mean its true. Many other religions would beg to differ with you. My question still is, which you haven't answered because you know you can't, the certain law of conservation of existance in the realm of god. In our realm, abiogenesis is not possible. But god exists through abiogenesis. If that realm allows such an existance, then it would not just limit it to one being. Why do you think it does?!

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