Re: Glenn wrote:

Ron Chitwood (
Mon, 1 Jun 1998 17:39:09 -0500

>>>>Actually I agree here. It is PRECISELY like what the medieval's did.
they didn't assume geocentrism either. The ancient peoples looked at the
evidence before their eyes and saw the sun moving. They didn't feel their
own motion so they believed that they were stationary. When they moved in
a cart, they felt motion, jerks and stops etc. Since there was none of
that when planted on the ground, they used this observational data to draw
the conclusion they did. it was quite reasonable<<<

Really, all I am asking is that you take it one step further and realize
that the sun is setting on macroevolution because of more current findings
in microbiology, mathematics, etc. Why do you suppose PC or the 'hopeful
monster' idea has been proposed? Its because the data that has been
accumulated earlier is proving to be an inadequate answer.

Trust in the LORD with all your heart,
and do not rely on your own insight.. Pr. 3:5
Ron Chitwood