Dallas- Concerning simple questions and absurd statements
Mar 21, 2006 08:57 AM
I sometimes ask my questions through the use of absurd statements,
lolol. Otherwise people sometimes don't venture to answer the
question, if they deem it too simple.
Although, I'll generally begin by giving the person the opportunity
to answer a simple question first, before proceeding to an absurb
statement if it goes unanswered.
--- In email@example.com, "W.Dallas TenBroeck"
> I have also wondered down the years ---- You don't get answers
> ask ---
> Wise answers are generally universal and impersonal, but not
> appealing to one's emotional preferences. What is the matter with
> emotions (assuming the mind is honest and clear) ?
> The Dictionary says that a "heretic" is a QUESTIONER.
> What is wrong with questioning ?
> Irony ought to stir some thought !
> Who is hiding what ? and why ?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: samblo
> Sent: Monday, March 20, 2006 6:15 PM
> Subject: I am new to the group
> One standard definition of Heretic as regards "Heresy" is "away
> Teaching" or "to be outside the Teaching" as regards the Canon of
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