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At 22:47 7.1.2004, Costentin Cornomorus wrote:

> > but I guess a big deal of
> > Orthodox Jews are Creationists even in the US.
>
>Unlikely.
>
> > /BP -- who is neither Christian, Creationist or
> > Jewish,
> > and has met more Muslim Creationists than
> > Christian ones,
>
>Also unlikely. In the US, "Creationism" is a
>Christian phenomenon (the ideology that the
>Genesis account of Creation is historical and
>must be taken literally and can be demonstrated
>scientifically).


OK.  What I meant was simply 'evolution-deniers'.

/BP 8^)
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