Tom, please see after your quoted text.
John M

On Sat, Aug 9, 2008 at 3:44 AM, Tom Caylor <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> I believe that nature is not primarily functional. It is primarily
> beautiful.
> And this from a theist?  Yes!  This is actually to the core point of
> why I am a theist.  I don't blame people for not believing in God if
> they think God is about functionality.
> Tom
> -------------------------------------

And how, pray, would you sense (acknowledge?) beauty without
You have all the right to be a theist and formulate your 'theos' anyway you
wish for yourself. IMO people 'not believeing in God'  do not "think" that
this nonexisting concept is about anything. It "IS" not.
Just trying to read you within my logic. (Common sense that is).
 John M

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