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|Subject: Re: Cardinal Carlo Martini||Date: 10/2/2012 1:15 AM|
|Author: Umm||Number: 183101 of 195902|
"That's like saying that the Pythagorean Theorem is subjective because humans are subjective or like saying that the Law of Gravity is subjective because humans are subjective. Such a statement is obviously fallacious."
Norm, no matter how much you want to you cannot bend, break or otherwise get around the Law of Gravity or the Pythagorean Theorm. You regularly bend, break, twist, spin, and otherwise ignore Natural Law whenever it suits your purposes.
"Or it may be proof that somebody is dwelling in utter ignorance of absolute truth."
Why not give up the deception? You are not fooling anyone. Everyone sees through it. Stop calling it Natural Law and call it what it really is: Norm's Law. After all, it applies only when you want it to and only in the manner you want it to.
Once you call it by it's proper name you will realize just how subjective it really is.
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