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Exactness might be irrelevent???

Posted by 64bowtie on September 7, 2008, at 4:14:49

In reply to Exactness, posted by rayww on August 30, 2008, at 19:28:39

Since Webster defines faith as the ability to act on our irrational beliefs, and our beliefs are information based solely on testimony, faith may not really be close enough to the facts for exactness of faith to make much difference...

If it takes 4 hours to bake a Thanksgiving turkey, whether the actual temperature is 320, 325, or 330, may not effect the cooking time very much... So, exactess might instead be risky, getting us sent to emergency with burns on our hands or fingers...

If retreading and retreading the information filled by testimony feels better than not doing anything at all, never mind what I might point out...

However, diligence can keep us afloat emotionally... Diligence can breed hope...





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