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You Raise A Nice Point About Faith And Honesty..but Lost It

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Posted by Michael W. Pearson on June 2, 2002 05:55:04 UTC

humans are so self-important, you say.

So many folks work so hard just to keep a household together and sustain their loved ones.
At least that should be mentioned to.
Do you think animals are less "self-important?:
I would agree that there are excesses of self importance but awareness of this danger has been in published literature since before Julius Caesar et al.
A definite sign of delusional self-importance is the determination to discuss such big questions with ham-headed illiteracy and using the tools of quack psychiatric diagnosis to brand anyone who knows more than you...yes, that is how it was mostly used in the very polluted, very unhappy, anti-Christian Soviet Union.
We've seen the kind of rap you use before, Mario.
You should turn from it.

What is faith? Before you reject it, you haven't precisely defined it scientifically...and it is there where you are making your mistake and missing something good. You could actually have a part in helping create the theology of a truer world. But why do you persist in hating me instead? You think I am trying to be important?
Don't worry! I am! But not dependent on Mario agreeing to it.

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