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Re: Education and Christianity

September 3 2004 at 3:12 PM
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Mangi Nating 

Response to Re: Education and Christianity


You failed to answer any of the questions I raised.

AND instead of trying to counter them with logic you resorted to namecalling.

If PNG is not a Christian country then what is?

Must PNG be a Christian country? Did I not explain earlier that a country cannot be Christian. What is a country but the peoples within it, and if the whole populace is not Christian, then how can the country logically be Christian? Es imposible and this should be easy to see if you had only applied yourself.

The fact that a thoroughly Christian country is almost by definition backward, corrupt, crime ridden and filled with hatred, prejudice, and injustice is fully explained by your stereotyped windbagging.

Stereotyped windbagging is what again?
and PNG's failures are "fully explained" by stereotyped windbagging?

Did you not say earlier that history and openness to ideas were two major determinants? It seems that you have lost your calmness and with it the show of rationality.

I thought when I read your earlier comments that I had found a rational person eager to argue and discuss these issues logically, I was sadly mistaken.

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