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Wrong Willie Seals?

Rev. Willie J. Seals Jr.

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Boston Architectural College

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Boston Architectural College

320 Newbury Street

Boston, Massachusetts 02115

United States

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The Boston Architectural College (BAC) is an accredited, independent multi-disciplinary design college located in Boston's Back Bay, offering professional bachelor's and master's degrees in Architecture, Interior design, Landscape Architecture, and Design ... more

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Rev. Willie J. Seals Jr. (Rochester, NY; Democrat and Chronicle; Dec. 27th, 2005)

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Rev. Seals writes: "During my adolescent years, I remember asking my best friend's father this question: Which is right - the story of creation I learned as part of my Christian faith or the theory of evolution I learned in my public school science class?"
Here, Rev. Seals sums up the contrast between two schools of thought rather nicely and to the point. (For even as a child, he saw the truth of why the two thoughts are incompatible.) If God says he created all that we know to be the earth and it's contents in six days and science says that the earth and all life on it evolved from random matter over millions of years, into a highly complex interconnected system of life and matter.Then there is a contradiction here.
Rev. Seals continues:
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Yes, Rev. Seals, you could believe that God created the world and that it evolved over millions, and even perhaps billions of years.
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For Rev. Seals to suggest that "getting along" is more important that "abiding in the truth" isn't found in the Bible.
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What opened Rev. Seals' eyes?
"The creation and flood stories in Genesis were one of many in the literature of the ancient world.I found studying the similarities and differences of these various accounts from ancient cultures to be exciting."
What Rev. Seals is saying here is simple: There are many ancient references to the "literature" of human history which allude to the "world wide flood", the "creation of people" and even the "tower of Babel", and Rev. Seals is saying is since it's impossible to prove what really happened, isn't it more important to believe whatever you want and to get along?The Bible says "NO!".
Rv:3:16: "So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spew thee out of my mouth."
Rev. Seals is trying to convince the reader that it would be absurd to learn about science from the Bible.
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Rev. Seals continues:
"Neither of those events dampened or discouraged my burgeoning religious faith; if anything, they deepened what was already there and encouraged me to continue growing."
If Rev. Seals wishes to characterize those "two events" as growth, then there will be a point where we wont even be able to see any part of Rev. Seals religion at all.Which may be a good thing.
"As a person of faith, the debate that is taking place over adding the idea of "intelligent design" to the public school science curricula is problematic for me."
Of course it would, since Rev. Seals is "growing" in the exact opposite direction as God intended.
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Well, Rev. Seals, what other observations do you have?
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I don't think we are talking about mere literature, here, Rev. Seals.
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The real question is, Rev. Seals, would you put it in FICTION or NON-FICTION?
"But it should never be used in that setting to force one's religious dogma and doctrine on others."
I agree Rev. Seals, one should never use any book to "force" any one person's religious dogma and doctrine on other people.
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It isn't a book about "religious knowledge", Rev. Seals, it is:
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I think you need to go back to school, Rev. Seals.Not public school.Not college.Not seminary, Rev. Seals.
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Rev. Seals, this is getting to be less and less of a fact and sadly, more and more a fiction.
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Seals".
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Rev. Willie J. Seals, Jr., Interim Ministerwillseals@aol.com


Science and the Bible

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Rev. Willie J. Seals, Jr., Interim Minister Science and the Bible | Science and the BibleScience and the Bible


Rev. Willie J. Seals Jr. ...

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Rev. Willie J. Seals Jr. (Rochester, NY; Democrat and Chronicle; Dec. 27th, 2005)

...
Rev. Seals writes: "During my adolescent years, I remember asking my best friend's father this question: Which is right - the story of creation I learned as part of my Christian faith or the theory of evolution I learned in my public school science class?"
Here, Rev. Seals sums up the contrast between two schools of thought rather nicely and to the point. (For even as a child, he saw the truth of why the two thoughts are incompatible.) If God says he created all that we know to be the earth and it's contents in six days and science says that the earth and all life on it evolved from random matter over millions of years, into a highly complex interconnected system of life and matter.Then there is a contradiction here.
Rev. Seals continues:
...
Yes, Rev. Seals, you could believe that God created the world and that it evolved over millions, and even perhaps billions of years.
...
For Rev. Seals to suggest that "getting along" is more important that "abiding in the truth" isn't found in the Bible.
...
What opened Rev. Seals' eyes?
"The creation and flood stories in Genesis were one of many in the literature of the ancient world.I found studying the similarities and differences of these various accounts from ancient cultures to be exciting."
What Rev. Seals is saying here is simple: There are many ancient references to the "literature" of human history which allude to the "world wide flood", the "creation of people" and even the "tower of Babel", and Rev. Seals is saying is since it's impossible to prove what really happened, isn't it more important to believe whatever you want and to get along?The Bible says "NO!".
Rv:3:16: "So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spew thee out of my mouth."
Rev. Seals is trying to convince the reader that it would be absurd to learn about science from the Bible.
...
Rev. Seals continues:
"Neither of those events dampened or discouraged my burgeoning religious faith; if anything, they deepened what was already there and encouraged me to continue growing."
If Rev. Seals wishes to characterize those "two events" as growth, then there will be a point where we wont even be able to see any part of Rev. Seals religion at all.Which may be a good thing.
"As a person of faith, the debate that is taking place over adding the idea of "intelligent design" to the public school science curricula is problematic for me."
Of course it would, since Rev. Seals is "growing" in the exact opposite direction as God intended.
...
Well, Rev. Seals, what other observations do you have?
...
I don't think we are talking about mere literature, here, Rev. Seals.
...
The real question is, Rev. Seals, would you put it in FICTION or NON-FICTION?
"But it should never be used in that setting to force one's religious dogma and doctrine on others."
I agree Rev. Seals, one should never use any book to "force" any one person's religious dogma and doctrine on other people.
...
It isn't a book about "religious knowledge", Rev. Seals, it is:
...
I think you need to go back to school, Rev. Seals.Not public school.Not college.Not seminary, Rev. Seals.
...
Rev. Seals, this is getting to be less and less of a fact and sadly, more and more a fiction.
...
Seals".
...
Rev. Willie J. Seals, Jr., Interim Ministerwillseals@aol.com


Rev. Willie J. Seals, Jr., ...

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Rev. Willie J. Seals, Jr., Interim Minister


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Rev. Willie J. Seals, Jr. - An e-mail sent to Psalm 119. org on 2/11/06

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Rev. Seals sent this article to us, to speak for him on the issue of modernism.Since Rev. Seals never responded to us with a genuine thought of his own, we feel compelled to respond to this one.
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Will it persuade anybody of anything?Is not the Christian Church large enough to hold within her hospitable fellowship people who differ on points like this and agree to differ until the fuller truth be manifested?
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Will that get us anywhere?
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Rev. Willie J. Seals, Jr., Interim Ministerwillseals@aol.com

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