Although it's astonishing to me, it's not difficult for God to convince a human of His exsistence, is it? He's God after all. So, for example, if He wanted the Bible to be true, reliable and perfect, it wouldn't be difficult for Him, would it? Admittedly, it would be difficult for humans to maintain the integrity of scriptures over thousands of years, but not for God. I realise this is a truism but that doesn't mean it can't be true. Knowledge is more important than information; but wisdom is more important than knowledge. In fact. I predict that we'll soon start talking about Wisdom Technology or Management, rather than information technology or knowledge management. You heard it here first!
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[2/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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I like acid too.
6/20/2006 9:46:41 AM
I read it over and over, and it still doesn't make any freakin' sense.
6/20/2006 2:24:32 PM
<<< So, for example, if He wanted the Bible to be true, reliable and perfect, it wouldn't be difficult for Him, would it? >>>
No, it wouldn't. Yet there are still all kinds of obvious fuck-ups in it. Pretty convincing evidence that your God doesn't care about making it perfect, ain't it?
<<< Knowledge is more important than information >>>
The two are identical.
<<< In fact. I predict that we'll soon start talking about Wisdom Technology or Management, rather than information technology or knowledge management. >>>
You are almost certain to be wrong.
6/21/2006 1:02:24 AM
Snopester in Exile
Can't really argue with this one.
The first part is true to, it wouldn't be hard for God to keep the bible "perfect" or convince me of his existence. But neither of those things have happened, oddly enough.
2/4/2008 3:40:45 AM