Yes, and how is it different from what the article suggested of becoming a philosopher to philosophers?
Read on. Read the entire post.
You’re like a man who chops off the head of a chicken and turns to his son and says of the flailing headless thing, “How different is that from a live chicken? It’s moving, isn’t it?”
You didn’t really answer the question. Restrictions come in different shapes and sizes.
That is VERY true.
Ah, James, I count “you are” three times. That’s ad hominem cubed!
Even one is too much!:
But I counted just two.
You’re like an old man who regales his grandson with tall tales, saying “See son, I was in the army and suffered one straight through this here right hand of mine. Lost a finger to boot.” He held up his hand to show the lad.
“But gramps,” the son says, “you’ve got four fingers!”
“That’s right, son,” he says. “Remember when I had all five, strong and healthy. Those were the days.”
Now there’s three.
What a blessing if this were to be the mainstream Adventist approach.
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