Dar-al-Jil,p. Islamic leaders go to extraordinary means to hide the Gospel of Jesus from Muslims.
I don't know why it was put back into the rotation when the recent comments link didn't work, anyway. Makes for difficult blogging. June 10, at 1: If you post on page 1 the new post links work, however, maybe move the discussion there?
June 10, at 2: I've been meaning to ask you that.
You were one of the first people I talked to when I first came on. Me and mine are doing well; I hope the same is true for you and yours. It may be that some people confuse skepticism and denial. I understand being skeptical of an assertion when there is little to no solid objective evidence for the assertion or when there is conflicting objective evidence.
That kind of critical thinking has yielded the most rapid advance in human understanding of the world in history.
Denial on the other hand, is being skeptical of an assertion that has a lot of objective evidence, little to no conflicting objective evidence, and has been independently verified and often is consistent across multiple disciplines, but hasn't been 'proved'.
It is apparently easy to confuse these different states of knowledge. Evolution is like gravity in an important way, people conflate the theory and the phenomenon. No theory of gravity is proven or completely right, but no one denies the phenomenon of gravity. Evolution should enjoy the same status and would if it didn't conflict with the literal words in a text sacred to many.
Scientists remain skeptical of the parts of a theory, or the results of experiments that are not well founded yet. Scientists can be very pointed in their criticism of other scientists' methods and results.
But they don't confuse part of the theory being weak with either the whole theory being false or the phenomenon being false. Human understanding, analysis, reason, etc. That is a scientific fact.
When I proved a theorem, I felt a rush of emotion, I deeply felt it was right. The fact that reason and emotion are inextricably linked is part of being human. The emotional part can often overpower the rational part.
That is why I don't fully trust my own reason, and neither do scientists. They developed the scientific method to deal with these issues. Evolution deniers have strong emotional reasons to deny it. It conflicts with their understanding of the foundation of their existence.
That is pretty difficult to overcome.The Rohingya people (/ r oʊ ˈ ɪ n dʒ ə, -h ɪ n-, -ɪ ŋ j ə /) are a stateless Indo-Aryan-speaking people who reside in Rakhine State, Myanmar (previously known as Burma). There were an estimated 1 million Rohingya living in Myanmar before the –17 crisis.
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Sep 01, · bostontola. It's interesting (and somewhat ironic) that you make a comment about denial (below), and all responses are denials. No counterargument, no objective evidence to refute, just denials (and an occasional insult).
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