Date: Tue Feb 19 2002 - 15:42:34 MST
I also had to bite a bullet. It didn't quite have my brain in fully
My problem was that I seem to require more proof that God exists than I need
for the proof of Evolutionary theory. Interesting, but I think that I maybe
justified in my view. ?.
I does point out that my belief that evolutionary theory is based to a
degree on 'faith' in the absence of irrefutable proof. This is something that
I can honestly say I have not thought about.
Perhaps my reasoning is that any opposing views to evolution are so
absurd that they don't deserve consideration.
In a message dated 19/02/02 21:09:26 GMT Standard Time, SMcClenahan@ATTBI.com
> > >From http://www.philosophers.co.uk/games/god.htm
> > Can your beliefs about religion make it across our intellectual
> > battleground?
> > In this activity you'll be asked a series of 17 questions about God and
> > religion. In each case, apart from Question 1, you need to answer True or
> > False. The aim of the activity is not to judge whether these answers are
> > correct or not. Our battleground is that of rational consistency. This
> > to get across without taking any hits, you'll need to answer in a way
> > is rationally consistent. What this means is you need to avoid choosing
> > answers which contradict each other. If you answer in a way which is
> > rationally consistent but which has strange or unpalatable implications,
> > 'll be forced to bite a bullet.
> > I actually bit a bullet. No fair.
> > cheers,
> > Simon
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