Re: virus: Does God really exist?
Wed, 21 Aug 1996 11:40:11 -0700 (MST)

> >I'd like to add to the semantic argument at hand.

> [xian prattle snipped]

> Then why have you attempted to stir the already muddy waters? Adding is one
> thing, but we're looking for clear waters....

> >You see, the word belief (along with hope and
> >faith) requires emotion.

> Interesting contention. Totally baseless, of course. (Besides being lousy
> grammar....)
I apologize for my aparent poor grammar. You see I was writing this in
quite a hurry. That aside I'd like to hear your argument against what I said,
not the way I said it. If it's totally baseless, PLEASE give me an argument
that supports your point of view. As you have none stated, I can only suppose
your continuing "to stir the muddy waters" yourself. Any child can use this
line of defense...
> >I'd like you to try to get through a day without
> >hope, belief, or faith.

> I do it constantly, but I'll fess up to a smidgen of hope now and then....

> >If you can do it, then I'll believe in Athiests [sic].

> Promises, promises....
I'm sorry my attempt at humor was wasted on you. I'll keep to simpler jests so
you don't miss them in the future.