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Re: God And Science

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Posted by Sergio Sanchez/">Sergio Sanchez on April 26, 1998 16:22:21 UTC

: : If you believe in the Spontaneus or Magic,problaby you : : will not believe in some kind of a Source or Energy, : : with no begining not end because out there is Timeless. : : For me using logic I will prefer the second choice : : because I don't believe in Spontaneus or Magic. : : If you go to Nasa Web Page you can see the Enormous Universe that : : we have, and anything can be down there.What about others Universe : : everything pintpoint a some kind Force(GOD)that we don't : : understand because We are at this point some kind of : : primitive people,if not look at the news. : : Sergio Sanchez

: Anyone interested in reading other viewpoints pertaining to God and Science, I would urge them to visit Hugh Ross' Homepage at http://www.reasons.org/resources/faq/. Dr. Ross has a Ph.D. in Astrophysics from the University of Toronto. He has managed to answer many of my questions regarding science and creation without compromising my faith.

Thanks, I will visit the Web Page.

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