I want to gauge your meaning of the word "preposterous." Would you
a) Give your life for exchange of the truth or falsehood of what YEC believe
b) How about your life and that of your family?
c) the truth of Who Christ is?
From: george murphy <email@example.com>
To: Moorad Alexanian <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Cc: Mccarrick Alan D CRPH <MccarrickAD@nswccd.navy.mil>; 'ASA List'
Date: Monday, April 02, 2001 11:19 AM
>Moorad Alexanian wrote:
>> I often wondered how the promise of God to answer all our prayers jibes
>> actual, personal experiences. It downed on me that if we are truly in the
>> Lord, then the prayers we ask will definitely be answered. Similarly,
>> one confronts moral situations, the Ten Commandments are guiding
>> that together with our walk in the light of the Truth, which is Christ,
>> will determine our moral choices pleasing to God. The question of what
>> happened in the past, the history of mankind, is a difficult one. I
>> criticize YEC since one is not convinced, beyond a reasonable doubt, of
>> took place.
> It is not heretical to believe that the universe was created in 6
>6000 years ago but it is preposterous.
>George L. Murphy
>"The Science-Theology Interface"
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