RE: The Tower of Babel - Less Confusing

From: Alexanian, Moorad (alexanian@uncw.edu)
Date: Fri May 23 2003 - 10:45:28 EDT

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    All men have the same freedoms. It is nonsensical to say that people do not have a guide that limits their freedom for some deep-seated reason. Christians have the freedom to break all Ten Commandments. However, what does that lead to? Societies would not be in existence if freedoms were not somewhat restricted.

    Moorad

            -----Original Message-----
            From: John W Burgeson [mailto:jwburgeson@juno.com]
            Sent: Fri 5/23/2003 10:14 AM
            To: jeisele@starpower.net
            Cc: asa@calvin.edu
            Subject: Re: The Tower of Babel - Less Confusing
            
            

            Jim wrote: "In the meantime, it ought to be obvious that atheists enjoy
            freedom that Christians don't."
            
            Not at all obvious to me, Jim.
            Having been both, that is one concept for which I can speak from
            experience.
            
            That it may well be true for SOME Christians (and some atheists) I will
            agree. Not all.
            Probably not many.
            
            
            John Burgeson (Burgy)
            
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