Vernon Jenkins wrote:
> M.B.Roberts wrote:
> > Vernon
> > I am sorry but I find your treatment of the Bible misguided and
> > offensive. I did once refer your work to the unrude and not unlearned
> > and got a ribald response.
> Bearing in mind that I deal only in self-evident truths, I am at a loss
> to know why any 'lover of truth' (the Lord's definition of any committed
> follower of his) should regard my efforts as 'misguided' and
Unless you think everybody else on this list is literally a moron you
cannot seriously mean that the claims you make are "self-evident". & unless you
think we're all gross hypocrites, you can't attribute our uniform rejection of
your claims to lack of commitment to the gospel. If you do think that we're
morons & hypocrites, your time would be better spend trying to persuade others.
If you don't think that, you might consider a basic criterion for both
scientific and theological study enunciated, I think, by Snoopy: "Have you ever
considered the possibility that you might be wrong?"
George L. Murphy
"The Science-Theology Dialogue"
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