Tuesday, October 04, 2005


... yes and your no be no"? [Matthew 5:37]
A senior Roman Catholic cardinal seen as a champion of "intelligent design" against Darwin's explanation of life has described the theory of evolution as "one of the very great works of intellectual history."

Vienna Cardinal Christoph Schoenborn said he could believe both in divine creation and in evolution because one was a question of religion and the other of science, two realms that complimented rather than contradicted each other.
Joshua was the first to challenge us with "choose for yourselves today whom you will serve" [Joshua 224:15], later the prophets spoke of men of divided opinions and men divided within themselves [e.g., Amos 3:3]. The first writer of a New Testament work, James, said, "[let a man] ask in faith without any doubting, for the one who doubts is like the surf of the sea, driven and tossed by the wind" [1:6].

We can't all be right but we all can certainly be wrong ... wouldn't that be a kick?

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