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To: Zionist Conspirator

Your charges of hypocrisy and other over-inflated rhetoric makes it difficult to have a reasonable, sincere discussion with you about these issues. Can you have a conversation with me that gives me some benefit of the doubt, and in which you listen with some generosity before jumping to conclusions? I am not asking you to agree with me, just to hear me out. It seems to me that you box me into straw man positions that do not represent what I am actually stating. How do you suggest I deal with that problem so that you can understand where I’m coming from? Do you want to understand? I’m not asking for agreement, just an understanding before you disagree, so that you are clear about what you are disagreeing with.


40 posted on 07/24/2009 10:50:28 AM PDT by bdeaner (The bread which we break, is it not a participation in the body of Christ? (1 Cor. 10:16))
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To: bdeaner
Your charges of hypocrisy and other over-inflated rhetoric makes it difficult to have a reasonable, sincere discussion with you about these issues. Can you have a conversation with me that gives me some benefit of the doubt, and in which you listen with some generosity before jumping to conclusions? I am not asking you to agree with me, just to hear me out. It seems to me that you box me into straw man positions that do not represent what I am actually stating. How do you suggest I deal with that problem so that you can understand where I’m coming from? Do you want to understand? I’m not asking for agreement, just an understanding before you disagree, so that you are clear about what you are disagreeing with.

There is absolutely nothing reasonable or to be heard out about your absurd inconsistency according to which, apparently, the Creation was a natural/scientific event but later miracles were "singular exceptions" to the natural law that G-d couldn't interfere with during the Creation! I'm sorry.

It's simple logic. If (lehavdil!) the "virgin birth" was a "singular violation of natural law," then how much the more so the event that brought "natural law" into existence from nothing in the first place?

Why you can't see the obvious illogic of your position escapes me. You must be so enslaved to the uniformitarian natural-supremacist worldview that you have partial intellectual blindness.

43 posted on 07/24/2009 11:54:30 AM PDT by Zionist Conspirator (Be`ever haYarden be'Eretz Mo'av; ho'iyl Mosheh be'er 'et-haTorah hazo't le'mor.)
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