brain sizes: Einstein's and women's
OpieTaylor at MayberryRFD.com
Fri Aug 9 20:32:16 EST 2002
Not everyone believes what they read. Some tend to come to their own conclusion
based on something other than dependence on others to do their thinking for
So, I don't think reading your books would help any more than reading the
teachings of any other religion would help. There is, you know, no difference
-- you either believe whatever your religion tells you to believe or you remove
the blinders and search for a bigger truth. If you choose to trust your soul to
a bunch of long-dead desert warlords and self-proclaimed messiahs, have at it.
Maybe some day, you'll enter heaven in a fiery chariot without going through
death like the rest of us. Hummmm.
And, why would knowing about the deaths of other 'followers' of the christian
faith have anything to do with anything other than simply being interesting
reading to those predisposed to the point anyway. I'd rather read about
evolution -- I have a pretty good library on the subject. Care to read a few of
those and be converted yourself?
On Sat, 10 Aug 2002 00:41:20 GMT, "Richard C. August" <raugust at ptd.net> wrote:
|Dear Shadow Dancer and Joseph Nagy,
|If you think that Christians are impotent nincompoops using Christ as a crutch, I challenge you to read The Holy Bible, Foxe's Book of Martyrs, and Jesus Freaks by dc Talk and Voice of the Martyrs. These books are replete with factual stories of people of every race who died viciously and heroically defending the Christian faith.
|Richard C. August
He who knows one religion knows none.
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