Re: virus: Does God really exist?

tedlick badkey (
Wed, 21 Aug 1996 22:02:57 -0400

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Wade T. Smith wrote:
> Faith is (definition 2b, the others have to do with personal faithfulness...)
> 'a firm belief in something for which there is no proof.'
> Sorry, Tedlick, but I go for entire decades at a time without it, and in
> fact, don't think I was ever under its pointless influence.
> You use the word in too light a fashion. The result- no useful argument.

I will concede that my interpretation of faith is a bit more vague than
the dictionary definition; like everything else, faith is open to
interpretation by the observer. Touche :)

I stand by my argument of science as religion, technology as god,


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