To: Right Wing Professor
to challenge accepted scientific theory that collides with religious beliefs.
Accepted scientific theory vs. religious belief.
A belief is a lead one follows and attempts to prove true by living by it. What is wrong with such spiritual intuition?
As for challenging accepted theories, it always happens, and, it often based on intuitions of one kind or the other, pushing the whole thing with one's own life at stake.
I never see a scientist putting his own life by the "accepted theory", because, guess what, they all cheated and sinned in their lives and should not be alive if they were not subsidized by their own cheating.
Science cannot be cheated, but when scientists try to make people believe they live by it and do not cheat, it's a big lie. Proof is that if they lived by Darwin they probably would never make it where they're at. Einstein was not nurtured in a jungle.
posted on 12/03/2005 6:47:11 AM PST
(Condemn me, make me naked and kill me, or be silent for ever on my gun ownership and law enforcement)
I've read your post five times now, and I still have no idea what you're saying (although I did pick up some bizarre ranting about scientists not deserving to live). Please rewrite it in English.
posted on 12/03/2005 9:56:23 AM PST
by Alter Kaker
(Whatever tears one may shed, in the end one always blows one’s nose.-Heine)
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