And lookit! They're politically correct, ethnically diverse and just chock full a vibrance, dontchya know!!!
Aren't they adorable? They're scientists - and they're politically correct and ethnically diverse too! They simply vibrant!!!!
HAR HAR HAR! Ignernt honkies like me would never be allowed to debate such scholars in the real world - especially when they're baiting Christians - but over here in the outhouse of the internet - why not?
Neil makes the point for me, were I to argue this: yes, the genetic lottery is cruel beyond belief. Yes, the cosmos could wipe us out any second - pulverize our planet to dust, bathe it in lethal radiation - what have you.
But isn't that an argument that Someone might be looking out for us?
There's a reason why you're here, and why you are the person you are. There is a purpose to your life, your pain, and your memory among those you leave behind. God doesn't talk to me, I don't speak for Him - but sometimes we have to. Tell a 5 year old with terminal cancer that there is nothing for her beyond her illness, Neil. Tell her mother that her child lost a random genetic lottery and that The Universe was only gonna kill her anyway.
I suppose I shouldn't tell anyone what to think. Your place on this earth is yours, to make the best of as you see fit. Be careful of who you take your advice from.
Per your example though, I have to ask: Did I tell you something was wrong, or did YOU tell me I was sick?ReplyDelete
My belief is a 40/60, If I have Good insurance, you may tell me I am sick. But if I don't tell you Something isn't right, And I don't have good insurance, there's nothing wrong!
This is why it is called Practicing Medicine.