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Posted by Mario Dovalina on January 3, 2003 05:17:24 UTC

In my opinion, the point is that ideas and beliefs should be capable of standing alone, if they are intellectually rigorous. If you claim that someone is 969 years old, or claim that the universe began in a priveval explosion, or claim that animals did or did not evolve, it should not matter what other unrelated data is present in the source. That is, if you find the idea of someone living to nearly one thousand years old to be ridiculous, it should not suddenly become plausible once it's put into a biblical context.

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