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What Type Of People Believe In God.

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Posted by DB on January 17, 2001 20:58:39 UTC

There was a recent study of who believes in God among people with different jobs. There were scientist, mathematicians, doctors and all others. Among these the MOST who believed in God were the mathematicians. Why? Is math really related to science? Is there something we cannot question in our life that is so advance in math that only God knows the answers? Can we define the undefined? Can we define infinite? What is ZERO? is Zero a number? Are we limited by math? Is there something more advance than math that we will ever know. Is there something so advance, so perfect, something that is pure? Yes it is God.

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