Posted By: Priest Asukile Adigun Adofo In Response To: Re: Answers (Eja)
Date: Monday, 10 October 2005, at 5:08 a.m.
In Response To: Re: Answers (Eja)
ok my point being all human are subject to error and can make mistakes so not all things are concrete and conclusive with human beings, the creator as no boundaries humans have, you can't validate nothing conclusive based on another humans finding especially knowing many of us were not here when the earth was being put together, and many of us are not eye witnesses of the accounts we bear of the things we deem to be truthful.
many of what you say you can't prove conclusively, as you are a human like my self, who is not indispensible, or infallible, so i was'nt saying my evidence never come via humans, but i can't count on everything they present and say it is the truth because they say so, the notions you present in your post, and who ever support your notions are just from your indivdual perspective as a human being, who can make mistakes, and is subject to human error, what about this point don't you understand.
my reasoning is simple you are complicating it because you don't want to face plain truth, that you are a human, so not all research is correct and precise just because it fits in with your particular part of thinking.
well this is getting drawn out ill leave it alone now.
i am hon Kes AA Adofo
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