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Posted by Harvey on July 9, 2001 20:47:44 UTC


I'm not sure what you believe or how you came to your theist beliefs, but humans generally acquire beliefs from two different means (or combination of means), 1) they were taught them from others (e.g., parents, college professors, etc.) and accepted those beliefs as their own, or 2) they thought about their beliefs and decided that their current belief is not sufficient (for whatever reason) and acquired other beliefs. My guess is that your statement means that you frown on those who seek to acquire or make sense of theistic beliefs based on reasonable postulates of science and philosophy. Is that correct?

Warm regards, Harv

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