brain sizes: Einstein's and women's

Jd JDay123 at BellSouth.com
Tue Oct 8 19:40:17 EST 2002


Lance O. Lake <hammer at stakepounders.us> wrote: 

>On Mon, 7 Oct 2002 17:40:36 -0500, Jd wrote
>(in message <3da1fd12.25962415 at news1.lig.bellsouth.net>):
>
>> Matthew Amsel <matthew.amsel at mail.mcgill.ca> wrote: 
>> 
>>> Jd wrote:
>>>> 
>>>> Bob LeChevalier <lojbab at lojban.org> wrote:
>>>> 
>>>>> JDay123 at BellSouth.com (Jd) wrote:
>>>>>> From the first line in my encyclopedia concerning evolution...
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> "the complex of processes by which living organisms originated on
>>>>>> earth...."
>>>>> 
>>>>> Then your encyclopedia is wrong.
>>>> 
>>>> I should've known.
>>>> 
>>>> Jd
>>> evolution theory is actually about how life developes from simpler to
>>> more complex and better equipped forms. actual origination is a matter
>>> for the biochem people.
>> 
>> What I can't accept is the notion that men just began wondering
>> about the origins and development of life here on the planet, in the
>> last couple of hundred years.  This seems to be the postion of a few
>> folks here, and they probably would still be believing Al invented
>> the internet if it weren't for all those conservatives out there who
>> knew the history of the whole thing.  
>> 
>> That which cannot be proven is a matter of faith.  By biblical
>> definition, faith is "the substance of things hoped for, the
>> evidence of things not seen".  We Christians know God created
>> everything and therefore, do not have to wait for biochemists to
>> invent another theory.
>> 
>> Jd
>> 
>Between God creating polio and bio-chemists creating the polio vaccine . . .
>Lance

Let me guess.... you don't agree with the concept that all men have
sinned against God.

Jd
 




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