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Saturday, August 20, 2005

Debate brewing at "Radio Saigon"

The "Unrepentant Curmudgeon" lives in France, and likes to blog. I live overseas as well, and also like to blog. But what's really fun is when iron sharpens iron, and we get debating back-and-forth. Read it all at "Radio Saigon."


At 11:52 PM, Anonymous Justin Delabar said...

I'm sorry, but Frist is losing it. He's obviously pandering by equating "faith" with "science". I really hope he gets the nomination because it'll offer even more material to blog about come 2008 than Bush did in 2004.

At 12:17 PM, Blogger Double Birdie said...

Justin -

Frist lost my confidence when he flipped on embryonic stem cell research. I'm opposed, but now he's in favor. And his rationale for changing was shaky at best. I agree that he's looking like an opportunist, but still think he's left himself wiggle room on the Intelligent Design deal, as I explained at Radio Saigon. I also agree that faith is not science. They are two different realms, and the thinking Christian needn't choose one over the other. We affirm that there is a place for both.


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