At 04:07 PM 2/19/01, Hugo Alves wrote:
>Chris Russo wrote:
>"The problem is that many of these groups don't consider logic to be
>as important as "we" do. Logic is only a convenient tool, to be used
>when possible, but to be discarded when that logic might upset one of
>their core beliefs."
>Can you prove anything logically without eventually bumping into an axiom
>that requires you to have faith in it? Your logic has as many flaws as has
>the fundamentalist christians' faith. Theirs' just seem more shocking
>because they don't make any effort in hiding the faith-related parts.
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