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Posted by Mario Dovalina on April 1, 2001 04:32:57 UTC

I would expect that if god existed it would have to follow natural laws just as everything else does. Of course, the sun isn't the wheels of Apollo's chariot, and to point out that this is false isn't really an argument against religion, just against a certain form of it. Okay, there may be no room in the universe for a god that transcends science. But who says that a god who works within the boundaries of science isn't possible, or even neccesary?

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