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Re: I'm Guilty

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Posted by Richard Ruquist on February 27, 2001 23:11:48 UTC

"My goal was not so much to attack humanities but to attack anyone attacking science, especially those doing so from a religious point of view."

Is a belief in god automatically an attack on science? I do not think so. But from some of your previous posts, I thought that perhaps you thought so. I would agree that the orthodox belief in 6,000 year old universe is so contrary to scientific fact that it could be considered an attack. But I would consider the negation of evolution in school education as a real attack.

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