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Re: A model of matter; as recommended by Marion Fox!

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  • Robert Baty
    Marion didn t mention it, and I didn t find it on the website. ... Given the obvious opportunity for the website to explain where it s coming from and the
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      Marion didn't mention it, and I didn't find it on the website.

      Glenn Morton looked and didn't find it either. Glenn wrote some time ago regarding the issue:

      > One thing I (Glenn Morton) left out of
      > my post is that I looked for any references
      > to young-earth creationism and I couldn't
      > find it.
      > Apparently "commonsense science" has no
      > common desire to tell their readers
      > where they are coming from.

      Given the obvious opportunity for the website to explain "where it's coming from" and the apparent lack of any reference to young-earth creationism, it might seem to some that the website is attempting to deliberately "hide" its "beginnings".

      Robert Baty

      --- In Maury_and_Baty@yahoogroups.com, "Robert Baty" <rlbaty60@...> wrote:


      From: Marion Fox
      To: OneHeartInChrist@yahoogroups.com
      Date: Thursday, March 3, 2011

      Subject: Scientific Model


      I recommend that you go to the following website:


      This is a theistic model of matter and I am convinced that it is the most reasonable model that has been set forth to this date.

      Yours in His service,
      Marion R. Fox

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