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Re: Re: Will Science Ever

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Posted by Laura Gentile on November 10, 2000 15:30:32 UTC

Yes everyone I suppose that science may or may not ever prove the existance of a God and I do understad that science strives to study and uilize the workings of nauture. Physists are hoping to create a theory of everything TOE but apparantly they haven't come up with it. Yes I guess scientists probably wonder what is behind the laws and some believe in a God, with possible subordinant 'gods'. Studying the workings of nature might be the same as studying the workings of a Diety. It's just too bad we can't prove a God through science too. The implacations are there that something or someone is behind the laws.
Still believing is better than not believing I would surmise. Thanks for all your inputs. I'm sure if there is a God that He, she it is listening to us and so are 'His' emissaries. I think an advanced enough science may one day prove God.

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