RE: virus: Belief and Knowledge (was: The truth about faith)

Wade T.Smith (
Tue, 12 Aug 97 07:31:05 -0400

>Did you ever consider that some of what is presented
>as "supernatural" might be metaphor, or other non-
>literal forms of communication?

Yes, of course. Why shouldn't I? Presentation is not the problem. But the
supernatural map is still one of an imaginary country. We can't go there.
(And get back....)

And I try to be literal here. (You haven't noticed?) It helps, don't it?
In return, I tend to take things literally.

If something is literally hokum, I drive up my truck.

Words are not umbrellas, unless you want to block the light, as well as
block the rain.

Wade T. Smith | "There ain't nothin' you | shouldn't do to a god." |
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