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2007.08.28

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selahV

Peter: "the intensity of the conviction that a hypothesis is true has no bearing on whether it is true or not." Lands alive, Peter! I've been saying this for years. Does this mean my two-cents worth has increased by 37 cents? selahV

Luke

Wow,
With just a minor tweaking, I think you would have here 6 Concepts to Ponder Before Blogging. And to think that truth is less than a postage stamp. Blessings for a Spirit filled day.

ChrisB

"There is no quicker way for a scientist to bring discredit upon himself...than roundly to declare...that the questions that do not admit a scientific answer are in some way non-questions or 'pseudo-questions' that only simpletons ask and only the gullible profess to be able to answer."

Think we can send a copy of this to Dawkins?

peter lumpkins

Chris,

I think that's a great idea! Dawkins it is...

Luke,

I think if one substitutes "preacher" he can get a ways with most of the quotes and learn...

SelahV,

Just wait till I show you next week what I learned for $.48 !!

Grace,

With that, I am...

Peter

Joe Stewart

Peter:
Thanks for your thrifty ways. I want to say to every young pastor and Christian leader - read, read, read. I look forward to the day we can interact over a cup of coffee with a book in hand. Let's just set that up. Thanks for your work. Do you run out of room for all of your parchments? My wife and church are thinking of renting a storage shed.
Blessings,
Joe

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