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GUEST,grose BS: Monsey's (non) Kosher Chicken Crisis (319* d) RE: BS: Monsey's (non) Kosher Chicken Crisis 21 Sep 06

yes, bill, it is open for discussion, hence this continuing thread. however, you open yourself to more questions from said you tried very hard not to have preconceived notions. yes, we get our religion from "old" books, but all of us are exposed to the "newfangled" ideas too. Anyone who goes through the school system in America or interacts with the greater public is innundated with info - therefore, my views just might, and you might have to agree, be a bit more open-minded than yours, for I've studied both. Most folks who debunk religion and the "old" "unproven" books rely on the scientists to bolster their belief or disbeliefs, and completely never delve into the other side to get an informed and balanced view. Hence, though many claim no preconceived notions, just having lived in our society, being educated in the modern methods and being "out there in the world" already is giving you preconceived notions - not to mention the fact that it is infinitely more comfortable to not live by the rules of religion so there is a bend, a sorta urge, to find reason not to believe.
complexity means less of likely of a Creator? That is quite hard to reason with logic - does that mean the more complex a piece of music, the less likely it had a composer? etc. etc. etc.

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