"John Knight" <jwknight at polbox.com> wrote:
>>>"Jd" <JDay123 at BellSouth.net> wrote in message
>news:3db864d0.5719717 at newsgroups.bellsouth.net...>> Gray Shockley <gray at compcomm.com> wrote:
>>>> >Am I correct in believing that your "religion" consists of using the
>> >the Bible that are "convenient" for you and re-inforce what you want to
>> >and the "inconvenient" parts you ignore?
>>>> No. There are no inconvenient parts.
>>>> All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for
>> doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in
>> righteousness: That the man of God may be perfect, throughly
>> furnished unto all good works. (2Timothy 3:16-17)
>>>> Don't forget Christians in Jesus are new creatures which are yet to
>> be classified by science. And it's been 2000 years now. That's why
>> some of these things may seem a bit odd to you i.e. the world at
>> large is a bit slow in accepting new things.
>>>>>>>>>>AND many, if not most of the "new" "discoveries" by "scientists" which
>contradict the Holy Bible have been proven to be WRONG.
>>American "scientists" were just lucky that they found out that the world
>isn't flat, because if many of them had to rely on what they believe the
>Holy Bible says about it, they'd believe that the Holy Bible claims that the
>world is flat.
>>"Evolution" is a tiny example of how scientists discredited themselves,
>rather than Christianity, by trying to prove that the Holy Bible's account
>is wrong. Less than 9% of Americans, but half of American "scientists",
>accept the "theory of evolution" as is, and it's not the other 91% of
>Americans who are the STUPID ones.
50% .91%? Gosh I didn't know so many rejected the ToE. Thanks for
the info, I'll have to keep this message for reference.