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Re: Re: Why Is 'God And Science' Of Interest?

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Posted by GwynJ on December 31, 2000 16:09:36 UTC

Hmm. Interesting. I don't feel the need for validation exactly; more like I remember the days when I didn't hold the beliefs I do now and had most of the very same questions I see here. To my belief, God is big enough to make all the cool stuff, and there's so MUCH cool stuff to look at and study and examine how it works that humans have categorized those studies into what we call the different 'sciences'; mathematics, astronomy, biology, etc. They're not 'mutually exclusive', imho. I'm also interested in people, and how they see things, so to me the 'god and science' forum is a combo of the best of both worlds of my greatest interests. :)

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