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|Jesus said, “If you hold to my teaching, you are really my disciples. Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”|
OK, IBIG, was the discovery article telling the truth about what E. Pennisi said?
Please explain why my quote-mine of the Bible is wrong, while the discovery article quote-mine is OK.
Has E. Pennisi ever stated that it was a quote-mine by Discovery.org? Clearly she could defend herself right?
I've already stated that it wasn't a quote-mine, clearly Discovery.org was arguing about the universality of these genes, and how it invalidated the grand claims for them. I don't see any quote-mine or dishonesty on the part of Discovery.org, but like I said earlier what does it matter to someone who doesn't believe in moral absolutes like yourself? You are arguing like you believe in moral absolutes, yet you claim that there are no such absolutes, you can't have it both ways:)
The morality or lack thereof doesn't matter.
Either discovery is lying or they are not. Which is it?
I have shown, upwards of 5 times, that the discovery article leads the reader to a false conclusion. That is lying.
Why is that different from my bible quote, "There is no God" Psalms (something or other)?
Right now, I don't care about morality (except yours), what we need to know is why is one quote-mine OK and one it not OK?
How could someone lie if there is no absolute right or wrong, or true or false? Lying is to knowingly state something that is wrong or false. If there are no absolute right or wrong, or true or false, then how would lying even be possible?