The idea that I *fancy myself* as anything is 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.Quote
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 that.
... Nevertheless, you also fancy yourself more scientific than one who does science every working day,
And all this is not responding to the content of my posts, but is a personal assessment of me personally.Quote
...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 age.
How and why I spend my time is my choice, as Ray's is his.Quote
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.
And you could try defining a *true discussion*!
And maybe non-believers, especially those who have been believers, understand this better than believers.Quote
Never mind, this too shall pass, and truth is truth.