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Re: God Is Not Needed.

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Posted by Mario Dovalina on January 19, 2001 01:50:20 UTC

OK. I admit that god (note the diminutive) is not neccesary for the function of the universe on a day to day basis. Only a fool would claim to see god's direct intervention in the world when science can explain it empirically. But where, then, did the universe come from, before as far as we can tell, anything was? It seems that creation needs a creator.

Excellent original post, rich, BTW. Arguing against fundamentalist types is like talking to a brick wall. I have never, EVER had a theological discussion where the religious one ever had a valid argument to make. Religion is the last artifact of a dead culture.

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