From: John Burgeson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Sep 30 2002 - 11:38:02 EDT
"How would we talk about angels in the context of modern
That scripture affirms, at least in some places, that angels exist seems
The experiments of the late 1800s and early 1900s which looked for them as a
physical manifestation, or at least as a perception of such by a human
being, have been, as far as I know, established a null hypothesis.
I don't think, as a scientist, I can say anything at all about them. Their
purported existence is not something I know how to apprehend as a scientist.
As a Christian, I find discussions of their purported existence interesting,
but not persuasive, nor necessary for my spiritual well-being.
For those friends of mine who claim they exist, and sometimes claim they
have apprehended them, I simply respect their worldview and see no reason to
argue otherwise. What they see as "real" I have no business denigrating. In
some cases I may well affirm their comments.
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