Re: Final Textbook Insert

John Neal (
Sat, 29 Nov 1997 14:55:38 -0500

You don't have to possess universal knowledge to possess universal
truth. And, any knowledge presented in such a way as to contradict the
universal truth should either be investigated or left alone. It should
absolutely never be taken in credulously. Faith is not blind. It's the
substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. Faith
is substance and evidence, and not, as is commonly, ridiculously, and
credulously supposed, a "blind leap." There can be no true knowledge
without faith, only slavery to every ebb and tide of collective