From: Bavinck (Bavinck@aol.com)
Date: Sat Apr 25 1998 - 15:02:30 EDT
In a message dated 98-04-25 13:24:46 EDT, JWest writes:
>>Indeed not. And let me explain why. Stanton has clearly, concisely, and
>>eruditely argued the evidence. We need not restate what others have
>>stated and we need not re-invent the wheel every time we get in our car to
>>drive somewhere. There is simply no reason for me to argue what he has
>>proven. Read him.
If Stanton's argument is so conclusive, then it seems that it would be easy
for you to at least outline it for us? Wouldn't an outline be more helpful
than the mere claim that Stanton "eruditely argued the evidence"?
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