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Posted by Mario Dovalina on August 28, 2001 15:55:31 UTC

Yanniru, you are a very interesting and confusing person. One moment you will be talking about science as the language of God (a very poetic way to put it) and the next you will defend the use of scripture in the interpretation of science. Why? Even if you believe in a god, wouldn't it make more sense to start with no preconcieved notions (what is written in scripture) and use your admitted god language to describe the universe through science, independent of scripture or religion? I mean, you admit that the Bible, Koran, etc. is FULL of errors. So what merit does it have?

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