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(Text as at 12/08/2007 10:17:46)


It has been objected that, since the Bible rejects the idea of a natural end to the universe, any naturalistic expectations are irrelevant. All I am noting here is the difference of expectation.

  1. However, we should note the parallelism between the Bible's accounts of the beginning and of the end. If we have grounds for being suspicious of the accuracy of the Bible's account of the former we are also justified in being wary of its prognostications for the latter. I take this observation to be self-evidently reasonable even though it does not have the full force of deductive logic about it.




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