Correction: "The Greatest Story 'Never' Told"
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> From: Party of Citizens [SMTP:email@example.com]
> Sent: Monday, July 30, 2001 4:19 AM
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> Subject: Re: regarding the YINYANG post on extropians
> On Sun, 29 Jul 2001, Mike Lorrey wrote:
> > Party of Citizens wrote:
> > >
> > > On Sat, 28 Jul 2001, Mike Lorrey wrote:
> > > >
> > > > Again, too broad a brush. Religion applys ubiquitously to all
> aspects of
> > > > society only so long as those aspects are not understood by
> > > > when there is still 'mystery' about the working of nature.
> > > > explaination of nature by ad hoc bardism, not by cross
> > > > testing, hypothesis and experiment. Looking critically at nature
> > > > blasphemy to religion as a matter of course, as nature just IS
> > > > is not our place' to look critically at it.
> > >
> > > Not only is that broad brush, it is untrue. For example, how could
> > > teachings of Jesus Christ, correctly understood, be contrary to
> > > truth when He identified Himself as truth personified (ie "I am
> > > the truth and the life") and said "I came to tell the truth"?
> > As I've said before, you can find anything you want in the bible.
> > example, Christ said to Paul on the road to Damascus "He who has
> > in me shall Live".
> > I'd book that Jesus' claims of being the son of god are rather
> > extraordinary claims, and extraordinary claims require extraordinary
> > evidence. None such exists.
> The details of what is either the Greatest Story Ever Told (as the
> Hollywood spectacular was named) or the Greatest Hoax Ever Told I'll
> to Life-Gazette which you can join if you want to discuss it further.
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