Re: Evolution's Imperative

Bodester (
Thu, 25 Mar 1999 23:00:12 -0500 (EST)

>>Unfortunately there is the slight limiting matter of time. This happens
>>to doom many college students to pleading ignorance for a couple years.
>>I joined this list to somewhat avoid that. Once I graduate I'll be able
>>to solve that a bit more.
>If you cannot make the time now, I doubt you will when you graduate, only
>in that case it will be job/family/life rather than studies. If you have
>access to the internet it really wouldn't take much time to run down a
>few basic articles using an electronic journal database. Or seek out a
>professor who teaches evolution and ask him/her for some references.

I beg to differ. My current schedule will make a full-time job seem like
nothing. Not to sound braggardly or such, but I'm taking 5 classes, 2 for
honors credit, working 15-20 hours per week, and various other commitments
which eat away at my time. The classes are all 3 or 4 per week, plus
plenty more hours of homework. I'm not kidding when I say I don't have
time. I really don't! And I will make the effort once I graduate to look
into this stuff, in fact, you are welcome to be my conscience if you wish.
Ask me about it 2 and a half years from now and tell me to get looking.
Actually, the reason I've been responding to the list as often as I have
lately is because it's spring break and I'm taking time off from the
homework I'm still stuck with.

time to go back to it now actually, (which reminds me, anyone really good
with Philippians? i'm writing a little exploratory paper on it)


Jason Bode