On 1/3/2013 1:01 PM, Craig Weinberg wrote:
On Thursday, January 3, 2013 5:44:32 AM UTC-5, rclough wrote:
Chemotherapy is generally thought to be evil to the cancer
(it tries to kill it) and good to the patient (it tries ultimately to
cure him through killing the cancer).
While chemotherapy works against the cancer, on the other hand,
Christian believers such as me believe that the holy spirit, if
so requested, can fill you with life and so defeat a cancer by
Yet being filled with the holy spirit cannot reverse an amputated
limb, or protect against a tsunami?
The premise of this line of thinking seems not even wrong to me. Is
is even logical to consider an entity that can both note the
vocalizations of finite creatures and make chances for them? Santa
Clause is more plausible... Can people not just grow up and see the
world as something other than a supplication game? There is no "man in
the sky". Relics of monarchical ages need to be left behind. ;-)
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