I do have a few, very FEW books that I consider not true, but that is because I have read quite a bit, so I can sense it.
Anyway, Susan is clinging to straws now. Just because you taught kids the three Rs does not mean you know everything.
Susan Doris Wrote:
> Of course not. The only way any of those claimsQuote
Is Gerda basically correct
> could be falsifiable accepted, and become factual
> is IF every other single possibility, every other
> second, minute and hour of that child’s life,
> both sleeping and waking, were known in every
> detail to another and shown to be proof of any
> kind of reincarnation. You have only to think of
> the amount of information gathered in a child’s
> head by the time s/he can articulate anything at
> all to work out that any talk of some other life
> is false. |Not the child’s fault, ever.
> Try that idea on IS! Why should any journalist orQuote
Check her claims about children--and
> yours--against the published literature.
> objective investigator go into any of the said
> cases when it is known that none has ever been
> shown to be objective.
> Circumstantial and hearsay *evidence* may cause
> some to hesitate, but no-one has ever gone on to
> prove anything.
> Apart from the fact that the document was PDF andQuote
I provided a link above--or you could
> Google up some more.
> my software is not comfortable with PDF, I’ve
> been around this subject all my life.
> What an odd statement! Please elaborate. sociallyQuote
It's not hard, Susan--it's just hard to be
> an atheist.
> fortunately, for today's atheists it is much
> easier and the numbers slowly but surely
> increasing - and, no, I can't find the statistics,
> but I have only to listen to the radio to hear the