Susan Doris Wrote:
> The idea that I *fancy myself* as anything isQuote
Susan, you fancy yourself as a defender of
> modern science. I am afraid that your modern
> science will soon be a bit old *fashioned, but
> maybe you won't live here on this plane to see
> completely wrong. I do not give myself any airs or
> graces and have no illusions at all about
> who and what I am. But you are right that I will
> bee dead and gone in the future whatever progress
> science has made.
... Nevertheless, you also fancy yourself
> more scientific than one who does science every
> working day,
> And all this is not responding to theQuote
...just because he goes to church on
> Sundays (or some other day?). You constantly
> demand that he proves this and that in a way you
> fancy it, and when he answers, it is never good
> enough, as you have set up your own little system
> for what you fancy as modern science. It is your
> hobby to do all this, as it passes your time. Ray
> is more busy than that, as he is still at working
> content of my posts, but is a personal
> assessment of me personally.
> How and why I spend my time is my choice, as Ray'sQuote
There can never be a true discussion
> between you. But it passes the time for you, so
> that must be a good thing for you. Quite
> irrelevant for Ray.
> is his.
> And you could try defining a *true discussion*!
> And maybe non-believers, especially those who haveQuote
Never mind, this too shall pass, and truth
> is truth.
> been believers, understand this better than