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Originally posted by sizzle
reply to post by Parabol
Very interesting thread. Thanks for posting.
Although I am a Christian, I believe that both need to be taught side-by-side.
Originally posted by SevenThunders
Also for some reason some of you are stuck on young earth creationism as though that's the correct interpretation of genesis.
Originally posted by forestlady
I have to disagree with you here, LL. What about biology? Some might even say climatology is about nature. Then there is botany, zoology, paleontology, geology and well, evolution. Those are just the ones I can think of right now that study nature. In fact, I would even venture to say that MOST of science is about Nature.
Originally posted by Lucid Lunacy
Eeek. I didn't mean Science was outside of Nature. I meant God was outside of Nature and therefore outside of Science.. Sorry, i think i messed up the wording.
Actually that isn't really reflective of my belief...I was trying to speak from 'the other side' I guess. As a Panentheist I believe God is both interconnected with everything in Nature, and is also outside of Nature. So I believe Nature is divine in itself
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