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Posted by bzrd on September 8, 1999 13:05:59 UTC

Given that one can say (with some degree of certainty) that life originating through a random process is impossible, then the only intellectually tenable alternative is that it resulted from an unrandom process. Would anyone disagree that to cling to a belief (that there is no Creator) contrary to the evidence is an act of faith?

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