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Yay! So Constitutional Protections For Gentle Unconventionality

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Posted by Residential on February 1, 2002 01:16:08 UTC

Paul wrote
>First, we have to be careful construe "theology" as a system of guesses and not as a declaration of truth.

Thank you for that illumined statement
(meaning, I feel in accord :)

>Second, concerning enactment, we should approach our choices as if the very fate of the universe itself depends on them...

Thank you. ometimes it needs free expression of nonconformist views, gently and strategically posed, more than "keeping a low profile" ...and sometimes it needs the latter more.

"The price of freedom is eternal vigilance"
said George Washington, but not necessarily eternal conventionality.

Warm regards,

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