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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on November 27, 2001 20:37:44 UTC


Your forum's topic being God and Science, why do we not use a science format or strictly science syntax or etiquette? It makes us seem all like religionists.

My email at digressforever@hotmail.com shows I do love digression.
But now for an example of being strict:

ABSTRACT AND THESIS:
Excellent information may be exchanged with love and enthusiasm, without employing the scientific conventions in this forum's articles about God and science. We define love and enthusiasm in this article very loosely, because their vagueness will not affect our thesis. Our thesis is that the strictest logic and testable equations will support Jesus's claim to be God -- but will not support making Paul's legacy into binding law for all God's creatures.

etc.

I believe this is a good thesis.

However, it would still leave problems:

"Oh, Thou, who Man of baser Earth didst make;
And ev'n with Paradise devise the Snake:
For all the Sin wherewith the Face of Man
Is blacken'd -- Man's forgiveness give -- and take!"
-- Omar Khayyam
Poet-Astronomer of Persia

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