>>The fundamental problem behind
YEC popularity is theological, and the remedy will have to be biblical &
theological at a level deeper than interpretation of individual texts.
can contribute to that. But one more article presenting yet another
concordist approach to Genesis or pointing out errors of YECs isn't
Yep. And yep again.
But "not much accomplished" is not a reason not to try.
I think it was Edmund Burke who wrote that"Nobody makes a greater mistake
than he who does nothing because he can only do a little." In that vein,
I applaud Dick's project. If it only makes a difference to one person, is
that not worth it?
I believe that statement deeply. See the teaser "How I changed the world"
on my web page. Yes, George, I really DID change the world. My point in
saying that is not to boast, but to point out haw anybody can do it.
Burgy (John Burgeson)
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