David F Siemens wrote:
> On Thu, 14 Sep 2000 08:57:30 -0400 "George Andrews Jr."
> <email@example.com> writes:
> > > <snip>
> > >
> > The fact that those accompanying Paul did not also hear Christ's
> > voice is my
> > point. It was all in Paul's mind.
> Sorry, George, but you need to read your Bible more carefully. Acts 9:7
> says those with Saul heard a voice. So, if it was all in Saul's head, it
> was also in the heads of those accompanying him.
Thanks for the correction. I thought they just heard sound. But I agree
with your conclusion that is was also in the heads of the others. Again,
where else would it be. However, unless I am mistaken again, I am afraid
you may be missing my point concerning a theistic interpretation of the
experiments. When I say it was in Paul's and his companion's minds, I am
not arguing that the source wasn't God. I am saying that religious
experiences must be in the mind so experimental stimulation shouldn't worry
-- George A. Andrews Jr. Physics/Applied Science College of William & Mary Williamsburg, VA 23188
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