>From: IN%"'email@example.comfirstname.lastname@example.org" "George Murphy" 27-NOV-1999
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>Subj: RE: A neat syllogism
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>From: George Murphy <"firstname.lastname@example.org"@raex.com>
>Subject: Re: A neat syllogism
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>BILL SAIED wrote:
>> I am sending this from my Father-in-laws, so please when you reply,
>> reply to the list.
>> I have a neat syllogism that I want to share with the group. I want to
>> it as a game. Preferably I would like anti-evolutionists to play. THere
>> be no embarassment, just the joy of seeing a fascinating syllogism when I
>> finished. I will lay out two of the premises and ask for agreement or
>> disagreement. Those willing to take a risk and grant or deny acceptance
>> these two postulates get to play the game.
>> The two postulates are,
>> 1. God created life
>> 2. Life is defined as a self-replicative system of chemicals. Everything
>> else is non-life.
>> Do you agree or disagree with these two postulates?
> Even with a qualification such as "physical life", 2 is problematic.
>"life" in a way which doesn't include things we don't normally consider
>notoriously difficult. 2 would seem to include crystal growth &
conceivably even stars
>George L. Murphy