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Re: Depression, Evolution - God, Proof, and Faith

Posted by Scott L. Schofield on November 18, 1999, at 13:55:30

In reply to Re: Depression, Evolution - God, Proof, and Faith, posted by Elizabeth on November 18, 1999, at 12:56:17

> > I've never been one for blind faith. I much prefer the rewards that sighted faith provides. Just look around.

> Hmm...well, can't one have blind faith in what seems "obvious?"

If I were to try to answer that question seriously, I think I would say something like, "How can one be blind to that which he sees as obvious?"

How does that sound? Just rhetoric.

> > Who is Laplace? I envy you your wealth of education.

> These days, education requires wealth, doesn't it?

Health is a more necessary requirement.

> But anyway will provide the answer to your question.


> > I haven't spoken to enough Christians regarding this topic to know if this is true or not. It does seem that it is religion that has inspired most of the great feats of mankind, especially those of antiquity. This may no longer be true in the industrial age.

> Okay, I think we should start listing the great feats of mankind now.

Je n'ai pas besoin de les escrire ici. Alors, il y a trop de cettes choses.

(Pardon. J'ai oublie presque tout).

- Scott




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