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Its A Question Of Faith

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Posted by Brian E. Sloan on April 4, 2001 17:43:33 UTC

"I don't understand your question. I don't think the existence of complex information systems requires the existence or guidance of a supernatural God or gods. Do you?"

If your faith in naturalism is sufficient enough to rely on the hypothetical existence of primordial proto-cells as sufficient evidence to support the origin of a complex information systems--God Bless You.

However, to be able the answer the question [sans speculation] it is required that one provide evidence or otherwise empirically demonstrate that a complex information system is able to arise from inert ingredients through an unguided process. Without using circular reasoning.

What is different from faith in the Resurrection of Christ and what you propose?

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