>On March 11, 1996 Glenn Morton wrote:
><<But I would disagree that it is deism, whether of
> Locke or
>Descartes. The apostle Thomas most definitely wanted
>evidence of the resurrection. He was my kinda fellow,
>I doubt that he was unbiblical in that approach. >>
>I would hasten to point out Christ's response to Thomas'
> demand for evidence
>Jesus said to him, "Thomas, because you have seen Me,
> you have believed. Blessed
>are those who have not seen and yet have believed."
Ouch. I stand corrected, but must admit that Thomas is
still my kinda fellow. Why do you think God made Thomas
and I with this tendency? :-)
>I would like to say that having just finished reading
> Glenn's book I'm
>personally convinced that modern science and the bible
> can both be treated with
>respect from the Christian. So maybe faith and evidence
> can be considered
Thank you for the kind words.
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