Re: love vs. intellectual study
Glenn R. Morton (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tue, 11 Aug 1998 20:03:32 -0500
At 12:31 AM 8/11/98 -0400, Steven Schimmrich wrote:
> I also read a Josh McDowell book as a teenager which was recommended to
>me by a Christian after I expressed doubts about the truthfulness of
>Christianity and the Bible. I can't remember the title right now (it's
>12:30 am and my brain's a bit foggy at the moment) but it was an apologetic
>book formatted like a series of questions and answers about various topics.
>It discussed young-earth creationism (I remember it had some real nonsense
>in it about dinosaurs) and turned me off Christianity for a couple of more
>years. Fortunately, God didn't want to give up on me and send some people
>with better apologetic material.
OH NO! This is why today I fight as hard as I can't against the
young-earth creationist camp. I ghost wrote that nonsensical book, Reasons
Skeptics Should Consider Christianity. I most humbly beg your forgiveness.
Adam, Apes and Anthropology
Foundation, Fall and Flood
& lots of creation/evolution information