Gabor They need to ask for the LOVE OF THE TRUTH., then they will receive it, and the whole discussion will have a dramatic turn toward productivity. Not untilMessage 1 of 806 , Jan 1, 2006View SourceGabor
They need to ask for the LOVE
OF THE TRUTH., then they will receive it, and
the whole discussion will have a dramatic turn
toward productivity. Not until then.
That's a logical argument?
You don't love the TRUTH (using your capitalization). You love your
interpretation of the Bible.
Yes Randy it was a logical argument, and you just proved my point Quod erat
No Gabor it was NOT logical.
You have demonstrated nothing.
You have proven nothing.
It was NOT logical to the illogical George.
What does the expression "THE LOVE OF THE TRUTH"
mean to you George?
... George: I have a qualm about who can judge the innocence of not of another person.Message 806 of 806 , Jan 11, 2006View Source--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Eric" <NewSipapu@a...> wrote:
> > Just forget, for the moment about Job, about biblical punishments
> > God's wrath, etc. Just focus on what I have asked you, if you
> > I want to know YOUR thinking from a moral, sociological or
> > philosophical perspective (your choice):
> > What situation is MORE unjust than punishing someone severely for
> > something someone ELSE, completely unrelated to the infraction,
> > done?
> > Can you think of something more unjust?
> > If so, please describe.
> > Do you in fact think it is EVER perfectly moral and ethical to
> > one person severely for the misdeeds of another?
> > If so, please describe such a situation.
> killing an innocent person.
I have a qualm about who can judge the innocence of not of another