George Hammond wrote:
> By virtue of discovering the worlds first scientific proof of God
> (which you are apparently unable to comprehend despite a PhD
> in Physics from John Hopkins)- I already am aware
> of the scientific explanation of the Trinity... I don't need to be
> bothered with the trivia of "early Church history" to explain it.
> I sir, am here to explain early Church history, not learn it.
I responded to this thread with a good deal of hesitation, but thought that if
wanted to discuss something besides his "proof" it might be worth encouraging him. In
addition, I wanted (as renamed subject line indicates) to give a couple of suggestions
for those who wish to learn more about Islam and its relations with Christianity. I
rather regret having done so, but the last quoted sentence above does bring out more
clearly than anything else the delusional character of Mr. Hammond's arguments. He
thinks that he can "explain history" without the most basic knowledge of what happened
George L. Murphy
"The Science-Theology Interface"
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