> My experience is that a good
> fraction will accept your thoughtful criticism (especially when done in
> private) and a smaller fraction will actually change or make amends.
My experience when doing this is that they will ask if I really am a
> Some familiar examples: a fifth grade teacher repeated the missing day
> story about NASA running computer programs backwards, an 8th grade teacher
> and our youth pastor both mentioning that human footprints are found within
> dinosaur prints in Texas, and finally our pastor presenting the story of the
> British sailor swallowed by a whale (I gave him Ted Davis' "Whale of a Tale"
> article that can be found at the ASA website).
A fairly common response I get is that we live by faith rather than sight
(sight=evidence). These are things we are supposed to accpet "by faith"
> Al McCarrick