From: Jim Eisele (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Feb 04 2003 - 14:24:28 EST
In an apparent desperate attempt, Rich writes
>It is not untoward to attempt interpretation of Genesis. The Talmudists and
>the Kabbalah both claim that Genesis contains allegories. This specifically
>means that as far as the Jews are concerned, the true meaning is veiled and
>MUST be interpreted from the surface material and WAS NEVER meant to be
>literally. Why don't we heed their opinions on their own written material?
Sorry, Rich, this type of Christian nonsense requires a response.
Please provide further evidence for your reasoning. In the meantime,
you can consider me a Christian. The kind of Christian who believes
all evidence against Christianity must be interpreted as an allegory
and re-defined. In other words, a Christian who believes in absolutely
nothing. For the sake of honesty, integrity, and fair play, though -
please don't consider me a Christian.
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