Let's pretend a Catholic Bishop suddenly denounced the idea that sun stopped in the sky. What would happen? I firmly believe the Bishop would be in big trouble. He (no she possible) would be told he has to toe the sun-stopping line or else.
Thomas, you wish to discuss your response to my comment, and why I am silent regarding your response. Let's take a look. Your response was,"You are now about to commence on an exercise to try and ridicule my faith..."--> I felt your response deserved silence. I still do.
yes, the sun stopped moving, for those with faith to see such things...
I think you said you believe the sun stopped moving. Thanks for clearing that up.
Could you please remind me, Brian, just for the RECORD ... WHEN, WHERE, on WHAT POST, THREAD and DISCUSSION ... either Nick, Bruce Michael or myself - asked Thomas (or Francis, for that matter, and a coupla other folks who love to chime in - I think we can see a perfect example of that here, in response to this) to TRASH our spiritual and philosophical beliefs (?).I said:We're not here to place any individual member's faith under the spotlight and be critical their personal position faith, unless invited.
Thomas, you said,"...you have made a wrong assumption."--> Ah, you think the sun did not stop moving. Got it. I find that fascinating, as the Bible says it stopped moving.