Re: Can Archaeology Prove Darvinism?
- Personally I was always told that it was possible
to reconcile religious beliefs with Darwinism
(depending on the religion I suppose). Personally I don't
choose to, but that doesn't mean you can't if you don't
want to - if that makes sense.
- Pure nonsense
> Chemistry, physics, botany, medicine, archeology, tanatology,
> photography, coin collecting, Biblical exegesis, the science of
> textiles, the history of art, microscopic observation, space science
> and modern computers continue stubbornly to try to answer the
> fascinating question: who is the man of the Shroud? An incredible
> series of coincidences between the Shroud Image and the Evangelical
> Figure of the Man of Sorrows, crucified in Jerusalem when Pontius
> Pilate was public prosecutor makes it certain that the Sheet kept in
> Turin is that which wrapped the Body of Christ.
> In fact nowadays when we are so preoccupied with images, highly
> sophisticated scientific research and electronic computers, so far
> from the Faith of simple people, have penetrated the Mystery of the
> Shroud Imprint to the point of making us say: the Shroud is not a
> work of man nor of physical causes known to man. We owe them our
> gratitude for this Message to an inattentive and disappointed mankind
> that only in Christ can the Eternal live and not the transient.
> Thirty Flashes on Web Site:
> Tell me eventual impressions of yours on E-Mail:
> Yahoo! Groups Sponsor
> To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:
> Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to the Yahoo! Terms of Service