>,,,,,:Job 26:7 "He ..hangeth the earth upon nothing."
>.... Isaiah 40:22 "It is He that sitteth unpon the globe of the earth"
>What could be plainer than that?
I wonder why it is that many (most??) people who criticise the Bible
have apparently never read it ?
>From what I have encountered directly --- I am *not* referring to this
list --- it often seems that an awful lot of them are a bit terrified
by the prospect that it might actually apply to them, and thereby run
it down rather than face the possibility of its relevance to their
lives, even as nothing more than one of the great wisdom books of human
There are 72 Old Testament references to land care, and I am looking
forward to participating in the parallel agscripture discussion for the
next few days to learn better what other faiths have to say about the
Meantime, as I sit here in Kansas it is amazing to see the degree to
which news media outside the state have distorted the state school
board's decision favoring local control of how evolution is taught.
That topic is decidedly off-list, but I did want to share the best
comment I have yet encountered in the world-wide debate that was
spawned right here in the Heartland.
One of the Chinese palaeontologists working on a major dinosaur deposit
in that country --- fossils that in many ways defy Darwinian theory ---
made the following trenchant observation...
"In China, we may criticise Darwin, but it is very risky to criticise
our government. In America it is acceptable to criticise the
government, but apparently very risky to criticise Darwin."
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