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Posted by GwynJ on January 24, 2001 00:31:02 UTC

it happened spontaneously without any help from a 'friend', says science.

so why does god need 'help' to exist if supposedly nothing in nature does? i just figure that, given the beauty and apparent enthusiasm in designs and functions there PROBABLY is a god; snowstorms are pretty cool, too, but i don't see them lifting a finger to birth a kitten, so i don't think it is animated of itself. and the power of love is so unfathomable that science barely dares explore it because it is so vague, and yet, there it is.

why?

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