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To: exmarine
I understand the distinction. What I don't understand is where either God or the U.S. Constitution make the distinction.
602 posted on 07/03/2003 3:18:41 PM PDT by lugsoul
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To: lugsoul
I understand the distinction. What I don't understand is where either God or the U.S. Constitution make the distinction.

The Constitution is the Law of the Land. The question is - should that precious document be interpreted from a liberal darwinian viewpoint (wherein it adopts meaning according the political culture of the day) or according to what the framers meant when they wrote it? That's the question.

607 posted on 07/03/2003 3:27:55 PM PDT by exmarine
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