> On Sun, 10 Feb 2002 CMSharp01@aol.com wrote:
>> Hi Gordon,
>> Are you the Gordon Brown who did a Ph.D. at the University of St.Andrews in
>> Scotland in the early 80s?
>> Christopher Sharp
> No, I am not.
> Also, I am not the Chancellor of the Exchequer, although I have had some
> e-mails from students in the UK who wanted help with their school
> Gordon Brown
> Department of Mathematics
> University of Colorado
> Boulder, CO 80309-0395
OK, many thanks. I now remember that my friend in St.Andrews was Alec Brown,
who went to Colorado. I also happen to know someone else called Gordon Brown
who lives in Scotland, and is also not the Chancellor of the Exchequer.
Incidentally, one way of fighting back in an argument with a YEC is to say
that if he interprets the Hebrew word "yom" to mean a 24 hour day of creation
in Genesis, why does he not also interpret "raqiaa" to mean a solid dome or
vault, as in firmament? If a literal interpretation of Genesis is going to
be employed, it should be done consistently.
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