You quoted all the evidence I need. Would it matter to you if I was to take the time to find the verse? (I didn't think it would.)
You did not answer the question. You have not provided any evidence for your assertion. Claiming that you have provided evidence when you have, in fact, not provided evidence is called lying.
posted on 02/13/2004 1:32:13 PM PST
(I gave you LIFE! I -- AAAAAAAAH!)
Hey, thanks for the benefit of the doubt. Maybe it's you who, for whatever reason, can't figure out what I meant when I said "you quoted all the evidence I need." Funny how that possibility seemingly didn't enter your mind before you accused me of lying.
But, really, it was there. It was the second sentence you quoted. In other words, the Bible says so, and that's enough for me. I'm surprised the question contained in my reply didn't make that crystal clear.
With all due respect, I don't lie. However, I wouldn't be surprised if those who are prone to lying when the situation "justifies it" would simply assume "of course, everyone else does it, too."
posted on 02/13/2004 2:03:23 PM PST
(fundamentalist, regarding the Constitution AND the Holy Bible, i.e. words mean things!)
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