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Paradox Has No Place In Civil Or Criminal Law

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Posted by Not On Your Life on June 27, 2003 23:11:50 UTC

John wrote:
What I am discussing with Harvey is the validity of addressing Christian doctrine from a secular perspective, which I think is nonsense. What I am discussing with Harvey is the validity of addressing Christian doctrine from a secular perspective, which I think is nonsense.

That is fine if you don't claim that our laws
derive from Christian doctrine. One should not
be entrusted with evaluating the rights of individuals and community if one's perspective
relies on paradox for escape from logical
consequences.

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