Re: Dawkins was right all along

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    >From: "Wade T.Smith" <>
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    >Subject: Re: Dawkins was right all along
    >Date: Sun, 23 Sep 2001 01:03:30 -0400
    >Hi Bill Spight -
    > >Anyway, learning is not necessary. :-)
    >Non sequitur. A belief is a learned behavior, especially when taking your
    >definition into play. It's only when one speaks the truth that
    >remembering is unnecessary, to paraphrase S. Clemens.
    >To speak to the doubters of atheism (or science) from infancy, a child
    >will examine to a cause, if it can, not create a fairy tale.
    >But, if Grimm (or Qur'an, or Bible, or Mother Goose) is offered....
    You wouldn't equate science with atheism would you?

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