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Posted by Sam Patterson on June 11, 2002 16:44:49 UTC

"This quote from Sam Peterson is fundamantal fundamentalism speaking."

It's Patterson, not Peterson. Even the mailman screwed that one up a couple of times. :)

"On its basis there can only be one true religion."

Yes. There is only one true religion. Here is an example:

A car accident has happened. You have a dozen wittnesses, and a dozen different stories. One guy says the guy in the pickup hit thr lady in the minivan, but another witness says it was the other way around. Can they both be right? No.

This is a way of looking at absolute truth. If you think everyones viewpoint is valid, that is wrong. There is only one truth.

"It is the essense of intoleration."

Think for a second about that. If you are saying my viewpoint is invalid, then that means you are as intolerant of my view than I am of yours. Therefore we are equally intolerant.

KC2GWX 73's

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