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August 31, 2006

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Dean Esmay

Heh. Fine question.

lori

Okay, TGOM...I am on the edge of my seat waiting for the rest of your own thoughts on this :).

It's been interesting (at the very least) talking to my almost 11-year-old, VERY technically- minded and analytical, but very gullible daughter about the recent dismissal of Pluto as a "planet". "But mom, it's been PROVEN that it was a planet for YEARS. Of COURSE it's still a planet! These newest discoveries don't mean a THING.". Heh...is right :). The only worthy and immutable idea regarding absolute truth that I can provide as her parent, guide, and primary educator, at least as far as my own mind and heart can fathom, is God's truth. The rest is just gravy. I think if we really dig deep within ourselves, all any of us truly want for our children is the richest of fare. Don't get me wrong--science is wonderful--but regardless of our human ability or inability to understand and discover, I believe that it all comes from God. And I don't believe that He EVER makes mistakes.

slee

Something to think about:

Science, based on fact and evidence, can be proven wrong on multiple occasions, as facts and evidence change, due to the inconstant nature of this world.

God, and religion, are much harder to prove wrong, since they have not yet been proven to be right. The term "proof" cannot even be used in the context of God, as is the nature of His existence. Faith is the opposite of proof. And cannot be proven or disproven.

So, inevitably, track records essentialy mean nothing when the two are running entirely different races.

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