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p>I hope readers whose curiosity he has enlarged will examine the very different, and perhaps more edifying, perspective afforded by a recent
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common sense and understanding on a variety of subjects from politics, economics -- even such scientific subjects as Global Warming -- and
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over the last one hundred plus years of oil exploration. Creationism simply isn't science because it doesn't follow the "scientific method"
used by well...scientists. Many geologists I know are people of faith, but they are able to separate their religious beliefs from scientific
principles. I wish the rest of the conservative community could learn to do the same. br> -- Bob
What surprises me is this "who are we to tell them" attitude. Why it should be obvious: we are AMERICANS. The strength and greatness of this
country is not multiculturalism. It is a culture of freedom from oppression, to do what one wants and to pursue one's dreams unfettered by
ancient mores that demand certain classes (women) remain subservient.
p>Tolerance of subservience is not a virtue. Mr. Hayes apparently thinks it is. br> -- GarryAcrobat 9
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CLEARANCE br> Re: Glen Hoffing's letter (under "Masters of Deconstruction") in Reader Mail's Assimilation Breakdown : /p>
I know it must have been shocking for some readers to be told that good and evil don't exist. How about watering it down a little to "Good
and evil exist only to the extent that human beings define the extremes of positive and negative behavior within their respective social
contexts." Basically, helping people is good and hurting people is bad -- or evil when very hurtful. This doesn't mean that there is
objective good or evil anywhere. If a random asteroid struck the Earth and killed everyone, calling it an evil asteroid would be pretty
stupid, I think.adobe Acrobat
p>As far as my fictionality is concerned, I assure you that I'm not an invention of TAS