Re: [creation_evolution_debate] Re: Any excuse to accuse someone of lying...
- View SourceOn 1 Aug 2003 at 4:02, TBD wrote:
> Hmmm... Old Testament. No I don't, but I do understand theI'm sure you'll be able to see again as soon as you get the
> pointlessness of asking a question like that. Here is some New
> Testament for you. A sin is a sin, and all unrepented sin
> separates the sinner from God. Until you repent of your lie (and
> I'm sure you've done it more than just the blatant one I called
> you on), you have a problem that is just as great as the problem
> of the person who does all of the above...
timber out of your eye.
- View SourceIn a blinding flash of insight Dave Oldridge
>On 16 Aug 2003 at 12:46, L.K. Appleton wrote:Oh, THAT'S what he means.
>> Thereis a multitude of clear quotes by evolutionist
>> authorities whichprovide continual and constant reminders that
>> evolution is more and more being questioned by more and more
>> evolutionists.This constantly confirms the validity of the
>> consistent and traditional Creation science position.
>What Laurie is actually talking about is:
>There is a multitude of misquotes by creationist "authorities"
>supposedly citing scientists which provide continual and constant
>reminders that creationism is nothing more than a political scam
>waged by con men and power-hungry theocrats who value power and
>money far more than they value truth. This constantly confirms
>the perfidy of the consistent and traditional "creation science"
>apologetic which is false in name and false in deed.
Thank you, things are much clearer now.
Science has proof without any certainty. Creationists have certainty without any proof.