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Three valid arguments! Which do YOU choose?

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  • Robert Baty
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    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 24, 2007
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      David P. Brown's Argument #1

      Major Premise:

      > If some thing really is more
      > than a few thousand years
      > old, then the God David P.
      > Brown and his boys believe
      > in, as represented in the
      > Bible, does not exist.

      Minor Premise:

      > Some thing really
      > is more than a few
      > thousand years old.

      Conclusion:

      > Therefore, the God David
      > P. Brown and his boys
      > believe in, as represented
      > in the Bible, does not exist.

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      David P. Brown's Argument #2

      Major Premise:

      > If some thing really is more
      > than a few thousand years
      > old, then the God we believe
      > in, as represented in the
      > Bible, does not exist.

      Minor Premise:

      > The God we believe in,
      > as represented in the
      > Bible, does exist.

      Conclusion:

      > Therefore, nothing is
      > more than a few
      > thousand years old.

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      Robert Baty's Argument #3

      Major premise:

      > If God's word (the text) says
      > everything began over a period
      > of six days, is interpreted by
      > some to mean it was six 24-hour
      > days occurring a few thousand
      > years ago, and there is empirical
      > evidence that some thing is
      > actually much older than a few
      > thousand years, then the
      > interpretation of the text by
      > some is wrong.

      Minor premise:

      > God's word (the text) says
      > everything began over a period
      > of six days, is interpreted by
      > some to mean it was six 24-hour
      > days occurring a few thousand
      > years ago, and there is empirical
      > evidence that some thing is
      > actually much older than a few
      > thousand years.

      Conclusion:

      > The interpretation of the text
      > by some is wrong.

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