2005

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2005
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Adam and Eve

Adam and Eve, by Vexen Crabtree

What I said still holds: Your theory requires more assumptions and is less likely to be true, also, your theory has internal inconsistencies (such as the existence of evil in a universe created by a perfectly good creator) that also need explaining.

My theory has no such problems, fewer assumptions, is considered true by the scientific community and, unlike religion, isn't culturally bound or psychological in nature.

Why do people believe in God?
http://www.vexen.co.uk/religion/god_experience.html

Some problems with theism that atheism doesn't have:
http://www.vexen.co.uk/religion/rm.html

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