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Posted by Lee on July 1, 1999 22:09:41 UTC

Greg says: Are there any other phenomena directed specifically at the intellectually aware without performing any other function? Lee says: You are gilding the question like many Creationists often do. In fact, your phrasing borders on "Straw Man" semantics by placing a condition ("...any other") as if I'm supposed to accept this one as a "directed" just because you say so. If you want an answer out of me, don't try to play the typical semantical rat-a-tat with most Creationists use. If YOU see this as "directied" fine. I accept that YOU see it this way, but don't "load" the question to ME as if I see it this way because I don't. Why you would cjoose this particular "phenomena" as any more directed than any other is beyond me. How about sound, touch, taste, smell. Not just sight. Your selection of this seems utterly pointless to me. I am also correct on my usage of the terms "slow" and "fast" regarding the electromagnetic spectrum. The terms refer to their wave lengths which is the usual manner in which they are expressed. If you want to correct me, fine. Just do it with correct information.

Here's a correction for you Greg. It's "Hawking", not "Hawkins". And there is nothing shallow about my acceptance of what he says. He says it so eloquently that I need not repeat it for fear that it would take several pages on this post. You would gain some insight into Theological matters by familiarizing yourself with it at least. I've done my Bible study and I stand by what I've said as to it's purpose.

Lee for yanniru: I agree with what you say here. You sound like a person who knows what you are talking about and a spititual one at that. Thanks for your comments. Your approach to Creation seems very logical and is certainly inclusive as opposed to being "exclusive". I like that.

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