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Re: There Is Not Much Science Here, Just More And More Lies.

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Posted by GwynJ on February 10, 2001 20:09:24 UTC

excuse me. i'm not SURE that was meant. a person asked if something was written, i showed him WHAT was written, and told him why I (not God) wondered if it was a match to what he remembered reading. i don't know when he read it. i think this is a question for yanniru to answer if he chooses.

if i am acting like 'all the other believers' you've known or heard of, is it such a surprise my alleged actions should also bother ou? if you don't care about reading the bible yourself, what does it matter to you how i answer a person who asks me a question. i would think you'd be pleased to be proven right about 'all religious people'.

nonetheless, your response is further proof to me that God exists, and that wise counsel is wise counsel. i will try to be more clear in the future and ask others if things match instead of offering my opinion.

but, what then, if others on this forum argue that they would LIKE my opinion as well as the chapter and verse, then? is yours the last word which shold decide whether i am allowed to post in certain ways? where would be the math to prove you have that right?

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