Re: Accuracy of the Bible

From: Walter Hicks (
Date: Wed Sep 25 2002 - 13:40:34 EDT

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    Fair enough, Jan. You are jso far ahead of anything within my
    experience, that I
    cannot follow it --- let alone judge validity or debate anything.. You need an
    audience that is more astute in those fields than I am.


    Walt wrote:

    > Walter,
    > Sorry, but as you do not want to become engaged in debates using history,
    > including history of philology and history of philosophy, which includes
    > history of mathematics, physics as well, there is no sense in starting a
    > discussion again. I referred in the past to a long report signed by me and
    > 8 other scientists, theologians and philosophers. It is published in the
    > 1991 Acts of Synod of the Christian Reformed Church. Also, I would be
    > repeating myself, since I explained it many times already on this forum. It
    > is time-consuming, and I do not have the time to do it in a way which the
    > subject deserves. I only want to point out that I have not heard any
    > convincing arguments against what we said in 1991.
    > Jan

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