Re: [asa] Empiricism, Faith and Science

From: Roger G. Olson <>
Date: Sun Sep 24 2006 - 16:35:08 EDT


Sorry about the ascerbic tone of this post. It's an artifact of my
cyber-personality. However, that being said, I'd still like to pursue
point 2 below (the relation between bibiliomancy, bibilomatics, gematrics,
or whatever, and a YEC *interpretion* of Ge 1:1-2:4a).

Also, I'd like to point out a typing/attention error -- in the last
sentence I meant "former" rather than "latter". I noted this almost
immediately after pushing the "send" button. Hopefully the new web forum
format will allow a poster to shortly correct such hamfistedness.


> Hi Vern,
> This is just a short hit-and-run comment as per my typical posting style.
> Two points: 1) Do you believe you're the inspired arbiter of this most
> wonderous gematric find (or as I like to refer to it "bibliomancy")? 2)
> This is an issue I don't recall being brought up before, but how does your
> putatively inspired bibliomancy in any way imply the egregious abortion of
> empiricism that's the modern YEC movement? You might want to flesh out
> the connection.
> Point 2 is more interesting to me than point 1, since the *_latter_* is
> intuitively obvious.
> Roger

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