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Author Topic:   jar - On Christianity
nator
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Message 30 of 307 (344070)
08-27-2006 9:36 PM
Reply to: Message 13 by Cold Foreign Object
08-26-2006 3:42 PM


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With beliefs like these I am glad Jar is a Darwinist. You can have this freak.

I think jar would probably call himself a Neo-Darwinist, since he includes the field of Genetics in his understanding of the natural world.


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nator
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Message 295 of 307 (346524)
09-04-2006 6:32 PM
Reply to: Message 293 by robinrohan
09-03-2006 11:31 PM


Re: Questions
What specific aspect of, say, TS Eliot's view of the world do you think Jar throws away? Put it forward. Let's ask.

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Jar's view is as far from Eliot's as one could imagine.

That's not very specific, robin.


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