Re: love vs. intellectual study
Glenn R. Morton (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tue, 11 Aug 1998 06:20:42 -0500
At 10:39 PM 8/10/98 -0600, Bill Payne wrote:
>Glenn R. Morton wrote:
>> We are indeed to love one another. But for those like me, in the
>> geosciences, I find that atheism is rampant largely because of the
>> inability of the geological data to be placed into a Biblical perspective.
>> My former boss, an atheist, told me flatly, that he is an atheist because
>> there is no evidence that anything in early Genesis is true.
>Perhaps the best response to him would be to shift his focus to the
>person of Jesus Christ. I once considered the Bible to be on the same
>intellectual level as Santa Claus and Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs. A
>Christian suggested that I read _Evidence That Demands a Verdict_ by
I have. I don't discuss creation/science with him. I have said it over and
over, creation/evolution is NOT, NOT, NOT, an evangelical tool. It is a
discispleship tool. It prevents people from leaving but doesn't bring em in.
Adam, Apes and Anthropology
Foundation, Fall and Flood
& lots of creation/evolution information