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Author Topic:   Bring science to the Bible (Bring science to the Church)
iano
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Message 8 of 59 (313314)
05-18-2006 7:26 PM
Reply to: Message 1 by mastertrell
05-18-2006 2:25 PM


we, the scientific community, must go into churches who are reading from that part of the bible and tell the practioners gathered there that that part of the bible is not true

Shouldn't the word "tentitive" appear somewhere in this sentence? (third from last word I would suggest)


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iano
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Message 9 of 59 (313316)
05-18-2006 7:30 PM
Reply to: Message 7 by freelancer
05-18-2006 7:17 PM


A true Christian believes that the entire hypothesis of evolutionism is physically, historically and spiritually invalid.

As a true, non-evolution believing Christian I would have to disagree. A 'true' Christian is a person who is 'in Christ' (to use an umbrella descriptive phrase). In Christ a person can believe anything they like after that - inlcuding evolution. Believing something doesn't mean its true.


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iano
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Message 19 of 59 (313344)
05-18-2006 8:16 PM
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05-18-2006 8:11 PM


As a non-Catholic I find that a little disturbing. You mean a Catholic cannot be a Christian. Where did you get this idea?

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iano
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Message 22 of 59 (313350)
05-18-2006 8:20 PM
Reply to: Message 21 by freelancer
05-18-2006 8:17 PM


As a non-Catholic, true Christian and as one who doesn't believe in evolution could I give you a piece of advice?

Duck!


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