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Message 225 of 276 (730126)
06-24-2014 12:03 AM
Reply to: Message 220 by Faith
06-23-2014 4:43 PM

I don't reject scientific knowledge at all, except where it clearly contradicts the Bible.
In other words, you totally reject the scientific method.
If the scientific method is valid, it it valid whether one agrees with the results or not, and it is valid whether the results agree with the bible or not.
To pick and choose based on the results is to reject the method completely.
But then you've told us this before.
Given all of this, you have no right whatsoever to even try to pretend to do science. You have forfeited all claims to objectivity, reason, logic, and use of evidence.

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