From: Scott Chase (email@example.com)
Date: Wed 19 Feb 2003 - 05:18:05 GMT
>From: Martha Granger <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Responses to "Hello, can anyone help?"
>Date: Tue, 18 Feb 2003 07:11:56 -0500
>THANK YOU for all of the responses, both here and to my email. But I've
>decided it's not worth the time and effort. My bosses are such strong
>believers and so active in the church. I'm sure I could say their lives
>revolve around the church! What's the use? He's already said that it's
>been proven that people didn't "evolve from apes." And he was saying
>about how archeology is now PROVING that the bible is for real!
>His response to my question to him if he could prove the existence of
>I don't remember his exact words, but the gist of it was "Better safe
>than sorry!" LOL
>Funny thing, he's probably got one of the highest IQs of anyone I've
>No use at all.. and I'd rather not read ANY bible for nothing.
>Thanks anyway folks!
In one respect it might be worthwhile to read books such as the Holy Bible, Koran, Book of Mormon or what have you in order to see what sort of verses are folwing through members of the respective faith heads and may impact the behavioral choices they make. It would be cool in a comparative sense, that is if one has oodles of free time on their hands for such endevors. I could think of several things I'd rather be doing than wrapping my brain around a bunch of obscure mumbo jumbo.
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