In article <rZv5b.551$J6.136@pd7tw3no>, "R Brown" <email@example.com> wrote:
> "Michael Burt" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message > news:mikeburt-1F6B94.email@example.com... > > In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>, > > "R Brown" <email@example.com> wrote: > > > > > "IknowHimDoYou" <IknowHim@leavingsoon.com> wrote in message > > > news:IknowHimfirstname.lastname@example.org... > > > > Heart Problem-Evolution > > > > > > > > The evolutionistic religinonist is not having a head problem but a > heart > > > > problem. How do we know this? God's word says; > > > > > > > > "Out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaketh" > > > > > > > > " As a man thinketh in his heart so is he." > > > > > > > > These poor people think as they see through their hearts. They hate > God > > > > and do not want Him in their lives so they see all kinds of things in > the > > > > light of this hateful heart condition, even to making up ideas about > > > > facts and twisting them around to suit their heart condition. They > > > > decieve themselves into thinking they have no purpose other than to > add to > > > > a gene pool(actually they are taking away from the gene pool and > > > > diminishing it). They cannot see the wonderful and intricate design > of > > > > the Designer in all His Creation. They use their brains as if they > > > > thought them up themselves. They cannot see the marvelous design in > all > > > > the eco-systems on this earth or how everything fits together and > > > > functions in balance. > > > > > > > > Pity... > > > Pitiful is more like it. The reason the "design" works so well is > because > > > that parts that didn't got snuffed out. > > > > Unfortunately, that position is pitifully long on metaphysical theory > > and short on evidence. > > > > Metaphysical? Get real. (Hey, that's funny!)
Depends upon one's religious beliefs, I suppose.
> > > >We call it evolution. > > > > Tee Hee hee, pitifully long on metaphysical theory and short on evidence. > > > > Too bad you can't tell the difference.
I can, perhaps it is you that can't. > > > > By the way, what's with all the "speaketh" and "thinketh" - does that > make > > > your posteth more besteth? > > > > No, just baffles the Elizabethian illiterate all the more. > > It's pure posturing with absolutely no substance or utility.