Message from discussion Really, what's so bad about it?
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Subject: Re: Really, what's so bad about it?
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On May 25, 11:59 am, "Mr.Dunsapy" <duns...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > >> Many people who have a secular education also believe in God. Your
> > >> error is in rejecting both a secular education, and assuming you know
> > >> more about God than anyone else.
> > >> DJT
> > > The bible is not saying extra education is wrong or bad.
> > You are the one saying education is bad.
> > > There is nothing wrong or bad about being a scientists.
> > Except when they find out something you don't like, then they are
> > practicing deception, according to you.
> > > What it is talking about is that worldly thinking, that is based only on mans thinking ability, is foolishness.
> > What you seem to be promoting is no thinking at all, based on a lack of
> > thinking ability. If it doesn't match your personal belief, one needs
> > to stop thinking. That is not how science works, so you oppose science.
> > > For example, philosophy , and ideas on governing man, and ideas like 'evolution'.
> > How are any of the above wrong, in any way?
> Human philosophy, based on the 'wisdom' of man has no practical purpose or end result.
> Colossians 2:8
> Amplified Bible (AMP)
> 8 See to it that no one carries you off as spoil or makes you yourselves captive by his so-called philosophy and intellectualism and vain deceit (idle fancies and plain nonsense), following human tradition (menï¿½s ideas of the material rather than the spiritual world), just crude notions following the rudimentary and elemental teachings of the universe and disregarding [the teachings of] Christ (the Messiah).
> This is exactly what the scientists are doing. They have a philosophy, that there is no God. Yet can't prove or can they say that there is no God. They don't even know if their idea on the origins and 'evolution' could happen at all. So far all they have are ideas. And as they say they don't prove things, and don't even look for ID.
> So you become captive to this material philosophy. That is why I said earlier that the truth sets you free. Education teaches much on the science, but it is the elementary things of life. But it also teaches the philosophy, of the scientists, based on the material things.
> The bible is talking about people today
Yes, the bible would have us all be like little children. Children,
as I hope you know, are *very* easily bamboozled.
No, thank you. I worked hard to attain adulthood, and I'm not going
to go backwards and believe as a little child might.
Brenda Nelson, A.A.#34
skyeyes nine at cox dot net OR
skyeyes nine at yahoo dot com