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Subject: 1 Peter 3:15
Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2001 13:06:26 -0700

Dear Mr. Bedford
        I am a Christian who, after reviewing this site, found it well put
together and making some good points.  All faiths, and non-faiths, have
their flaws and none can ever be completely proven.  However, on the
subject of absolutes, you claim that atheists are free thinkers and aren't
locked down by "religious absolutes", yet throughout this website you
continually accept the idea that their are no gods, no devils, etc. This is
an absolute! And no matter how much evidence a Christian or Jew or Muslim
will give you in support of theism you will still hold fast to your
absolute, closed-minded approach of "there is no God".  You must accept as
a possibility that God exists because you can never prove, much less know,
that their is no God.  Instead, I ask you to objectively weigh the evidence
for and against both theism and atheism.  Who knows?  You could be like
Saul of Tarsus, a huge opponent of Christianity and its moronic followers,
who then, after the power of Jesus Christ was converted and became the
apostle Paul.  Feel free to email back and in the words of our Lord and
Savior Jesus Christ, Peace be with you!
                                                                J**** M********
PS Some of the links below may help.