Talk:Liar, Lunatic or Lord

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I'm curious: Why does [[Liar, Lunatic or Lord]] redirect here instead of the reverse? Is the comma-less version more standard? - [[User:Dcljr|dcljr]] 01:31, 26 August 2006 (MST)
 
I'm curious: Why does [[Liar, Lunatic or Lord]] redirect here instead of the reverse? Is the comma-less version more standard? - [[User:Dcljr|dcljr]] 01:31, 26 August 2006 (MST)
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:Nevermind. It's been moved. - [[User:Dcljr|dcljr]] 22:42, 27 August 2006 (MST)
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WizOz - A couple things...
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''Christ can neither be proven nor disproven; one can have faith that it’s true or false.''
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This may to be too strong an assertion. In terms of demonstrating that someone existed, we ought to be able to demonstrate on the same level as other ancient characters of the time, such as Julius Caesar. It would be faith to accept he did exist without additional evidence (that we don't have yet), but it would not take faith to not accept it.
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Secondly, did you mean to indent the chunk of text? That's triggering a different text format.
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--[[User:Jt|jt]] 18:15, 19 April 2011 (CDT)

Latest revision as of 18:15, 19 April 2011

I'm curious: Why does Liar, Lunatic or Lord redirect here instead of the reverse? Is the comma-less version more standard? - dcljr 01:31, 26 August 2006 (MST)

Nevermind. It's been moved. - dcljr 22:42, 27 August 2006 (MST)

WizOz - A couple things...

Christ can neither be proven nor disproven; one can have faith that it’s true or false.

This may to be too strong an assertion. In terms of demonstrating that someone existed, we ought to be able to demonstrate on the same level as other ancient characters of the time, such as Julius Caesar. It would be faith to accept he did exist without additional evidence (that we don't have yet), but it would not take faith to not accept it.

Secondly, did you mean to indent the chunk of text? That's triggering a different text format.

--jt 18:15, 19 April 2011 (CDT)

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