brain sizes: Einstein's and women's

Cary Kittrell cary at afone.as.arizona.edu
Wed Sep 18 13:52:55 EST 2002


In article <q_Ug9.16695$S32.1300482 at news2.west.cox.net> "John Knight" <jwknight at polbox.com> writes:
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<"Bob LeChevalier" <lojbab at lojban.org> wrote in message
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<> "John Knight" <jwknight at polbox.com> wrote:
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<God made no mistakes.  Christ repeated numerous times that He didn't come to
<change the law so that BONEHEADS like you might eventually get the picture:
<"Does this mean that we do away with the law by this faith? No, not at all;
<instead we uphold the law", Romans 3:31.  "And it is easier for heaven and
<earth to pass, than one tittle of the law to fail", Luke 16:17.  "Do not
<think that I came to annul the Law or the Prophets; I did not come to annul,
<but to [fully uphold it]", Matthew 5:17.
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Speaking of which, you appear to somehow overlooked my question to
you on this, the one regarding the practical and personal consequences
of this viewpoint.  Here, kindly allow me to repeat that particular
posting:






In article <11c4ou0om43k0aflka48hoq2eijrfag02p at 4ax.com> Bob LeChevalier <lojbab at lojban.org> writes:
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<"John Knight" <jwknight at polbox.com> wrote:
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<>The law never changed.
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<Correct.  Therefore the law was never what you claim that the law was.
<It is only your perversion of the law that leads to there being any
<issue with Ruth.  The standard interpretation of the law described in
<the Bible has no problem with miscegenation so long as the people
<married convert to following the covenant of Moses and Abraham.
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<>It's still law to this very day.  To the 2 billion
<>Christians in the world, it's more important than ever:
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<No it isn't.  MOST of the laws in the Old Testament are ignored by
<Christians.  Do you celebrate Passover?  Do you avoid pork? Do you not
<mix meat and dairy products?  



Ol' John has always, ALWAYS evaded this one.  It's not for lack of
our asking; it could be termed "that hoary lobster question".  Perhaps
it should be the lead question in the John Knight FAQ, questions
frequently asked of John which cause him to run and hide?

So, John, be a man, stand up and firmly state your beliefs: do you eat lobster?

ANSWER =>  


Hey, I'll make it easer -- forget the food laws, perhaps these are
just too hard -- how about laws handed down by YWH on clothing?
Beards?  If you accidentally touch an unclean animal, do you bring a 
lamb or goat to be sacrificed?  Provide olive oil for the lamps?


ANSWER =>  



Please do remember, someone on this group once wrote:


    The Holy Bible isn't a smorgasbord where you get to pick and 
    choose the parts you want, and throw out the rest.


-- cary










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