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Rich, Would You Have Rather That God Not Gone Intogreater Detail

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Posted by Kenny Thornton on July 26, 2002 20:45:40 UTC

The second story goes into much greater detail about Adam's being created. That doesn't mean that the first one was different, just less detailed. Consider these two stories:

A man is on a boat. He falls over and dies.

On the long journey home, a terrible tragedy occured. During an evening stroll along the deck of the ship, the captain of the S.S.Tidlywink is suprised by getting hit on the head by a large piece of frozen toilet waste from an overhead passenger plane. The captain's neck is broken and he immediately collaspes to the ground, dead as a brick.

Just because I went into more detail about the second version doesn't nullify the first version, it just makes it more clear. Would you have rather that I not go into more detail with the second version? You would still have questions about what truly happened, yet now you have a more precise idea of what was going on. Think about it for a while.


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