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Indee, Is There Any Truths Any Religion Ever Discovered??

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Posted by Alexander on February 16, 2001 10:06:50 UTC

Indeed, what truth has religion discovered?

Also comment about Harward and Utah for Richard - vice versa, read posts from both sides: so far Utah provided substantial evidences that there is no Gog in sight and that the science is the sourse of practically all knowledge we have now, while Harward basicly insists that "we do not know much" and thus should be "open minded" to accept non-scientific ways of learning "truth".

Some small college in Utah beats the Harvard! Looks, like indeed Harward does not know much about science, but a lot about "alternative ways of learning truth".


And am I understanding right, religion in taught even in Harward? And in MIT? Oh, my God!

This is way futher than Kanzas went (by the way not Utah, because in Utah they teach evolution, Big Bang, and not much of creationism. You should know that before making a statement.)


So, what are those "truths" which have been discovered by religion?

An what are non-scientific ways of learning nature?

Feel free to "maximize freedom of your thoughts".


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