At 09:17 PM, Wednesday, 10/23/02, Marc A. Schindler wrote:
I'm happy for the world of biblical archaeology, don't get me wrong, and perhapsMaybe with satellite technology they will eventually solve the riddle of the Ark which some suppose is on Ararat to this day. Haven't they used sophisticated imaging and satellite technology to find roads and cities buried under the sands of the Arabian peninsula? Maybe they will learn to see through ice. I'd love to know what is on the surface buried thousands of feet beneath the southern, Antarctic icecap. If the earth has actually shifted its axis, and climates were once very much different, who knows what they might find?
ironically for someone who's probably perceived as being pro-science, I at least
know science's place and certainly its weaknesses. It says nothing about Jesus
the Christ, even if it somehow could be proven to be the ossuary of the brother
of the real Jesus of Nazareth.
John W. Redelfs [EMAIL PROTECTED]
"Maybe in order to understand mankind, we have to look
at the word itself: "Mankind". Basically, it's made up of
two separate words - "mank" and "ind". What do these
words mean ? It's a mystery, and that's why so is
mankind." --Jack Handy
All my opinions are tentative pending further data. --JWR
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