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The way Darwin and Lyell interpreted the [geologic] colunm was through the idea that 'the key is the present to the past.' It has been said before, history is doomed to repeat itself. And yes, it has time and time again. But if the present is the key to the past, then why do we have history books? Why are so many people interested in finding out what went on in past times if we can look at society today and find the answers?

Giggle, HomeschoolDebate 2 Comments [5/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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Darwin's Lil Girl

If God is a natural belief and His existance is obvious, why do we need the Bible if we can just look at the world today and find proof of His existance through the fact that things are here?

3/1/2008 4:50:56 AM

Adolf Hitler

"the key is the present to the past" and it's where wings take dream, George? Ya - you ain't no lysdexic, are you?

3/1/2008 5:16:05 AM
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