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Posted by Aurino Souza on October 11, 2002 15:52:10 UTC

Harv,

You just prompted me to delay my vacation. What is a great future? Suppose Sam is destined to be the next Benny Hinn; would you be willing to consider that a great future?

I'm not really sure what's the danger in being irrational or deceitful, especially when our society seems to place little value on truth and honesty. Give Sam a good argument and he'll change his mind. But be warned, that is no easy task, in Sam's mind it's you against God, a hopeless battle.

I'm not in favour of creationism, I just think that before we are able to remove religion from a person's life we must be able to replace it with something just as good. And that "something just as good" is called spirituality. It's not called science.

You have to ask yourself this question: why is it that you have never, ever succeeded in winning a rational argument with an irrational person? (if you have you'd be the first one) When you find the answer to that question you'll understand what's wrong with science as it is presented to the public.

Cheers,

Aurino

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