>In that case, might the ICR & AiG sites be the wide road, and the ASA
>the narrow gate with few who find it? ;-)
>I hope the original posting was as serious with it's implied message as
>The original post was serious.
>I do not understand your point, however.
>I have run into enough folks who at one time "bought into" the YEC
>position and subsequently rejected Christianity altogether to believe it
>is a serious issue. Glenn Morton has also encountered a lot of this.
>Burgy (John Burgeson)
I am at least as fallible as anyone else, so forgive me for an apparent
misreading. I took the post of the solitary verse to be what I have
personally encountered too many times: an implication that YEC is the
narrow gate/road which few will find. My point was only to make what I took
to be the implicit message more explicit. And, yes, it is a very serious
issue to be tying salvation to what seems to be an untenable position in
light of the reason and other imago dei traits God gave us.
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