Question Concerning Inspiration
dwashbur at nyx.net
Sat Dec 2 13:07:38 EST 2000
Yeah, I know what I said...
> You miss the point, Dave. The text because it's value is not known cannot be
> used, so it doesn't matter how humorous you want to be, it won't change the
> fact that as evidence it is inadmissable. Try and get such "evidence" past a
> judge... "umm, your honour, I know we cannot say when this text was written,
> but, umm, I know it's relevant to this case."
The "court of law" argument is a common one and it's still a straw
man. Courtroom evidence and historical evidence are two very
different things that use two very different criteria, so this is
irrelevant. And now I'm really truly out of this discussion.
"No study of probabilities inside a given frame can ever
tell us how probable it is that the frame itself can be
violated." C. S. Lewis
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