sarahluvscoffee

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    Janellybelly wrote at 11:44 AM on Jun. 19 , 2008

    Janellybelly

    Tag...your it! (check out my journal!) =)

    SlightlyPerfect wrote at 10:04 PM on Jun. 15 , 2008

    SlightlyPerfect

    I do secretly want a girl, but I'm pretty sure it's a boy. :)

    As for natural complexity, I see it as nothing more than evidence of its own existence. To humans, what we invent and create is complex. I don't think it's fair to extend the same definition to what some people call "natural complexity." Until all natural reasons have been exhausted, I see no reason to turn to the supernatural.

    SlightlyPerfect wrote at 9:51 AM on Jun. 15 , 2008

    SlightlyPerfect

    By the way, I love the aesthetics of your page.

    SlightlyPerfect wrote at 9:50 AM on Jun. 15 , 2008

    SlightlyPerfect

    And yes, ever since we nicknamed the pregnancy Bean, I've met three other moms whose kids have the same nickname. I hope to find out the sex soon. It's driving me nuts not knowing!

    SlightlyPerfect wrote at 9:50 AM on Jun. 15 , 2008

    SlightlyPerfect

    Ah, yes, I do know what you mean about the beauty and awe inherent in physical reality, but that is not evidence for a creator; it's simply evidence that humanity has come to view its environment as beautiful and accommodating. In other words, it's evidence that humanity can adapt to its environment. I've yet to see anything empirical to even indicate a god--any god--exists. Until there is reason to believe a god exists, there is no reason to believe.

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