Re: Design of Faces

Glenn Morton (
Sat, 11 Apr 1998 10:00:29 -0500

At 08:01 PM 4/10/98 -0400, Jim Bell wrote:

>Truth be told, you use one pattern of thinking to suit your own purposes,
>and switch it off when convenient. You say, for example, that some
>artifacts found with Neanderthal bones lead to the conclusion that
>Neanderthal invented them (as opposed to stealing them or getting them as a
>special deal on the Cro-Magnon shopping network). Why, Glenn? What is your
>objective criterion? Ah, I see...

Jim, why do you ignore the actual fact that no modern human has been found
with the earliest Upper Paleolithic artifacts? But Neanderthal has been
found with them? Why do you jump to the conclusion that the Neanderthals
stole the objects? Is it because your theology can not entertain the notion
that spirituality is not associated with the modern human form? In other
words, you seem to require that the image of God be identical to the image
of anatomically modern man.

And failing any substantive response, you begin a long ad hominem.

Very tacky, Jim.


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