Re: The Nature of Belief - part 1 of 3, on science/clarifications

CobraBoy! (
Mon, 22 Sep 1997 07:26:43 -0700

Dr. Ernest N. Prabhakar around 12:46 AM -0700 on 9/22/97, made things
perfectly clear with this:

<excerpt><smaller>The actual question of why a good God allows evil in
the world is a big question worthy of a more involved discussion [at
some other time], but please don't think I am preaching such a
simplistic answer. The Bible, in the book of Job, makes the explicit
point that some of the best people suffer the most, and simultaneously
claims God is all-good and all-powerful. I'm not saying this is an
answer, just pointing out that the Bible does not understate the
magnitude of the question.


</smaller>geez, how easy does it get.

Evil = man

wipe man off the face of the earth and evil goes away.

is there evil on Mars? Venus? the Moon?

only when man arrives.



Care about people's approval and you will be their prisoner.

-Toa Te Ching

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