His lecture is entitled: “Science and Religion: Why does the debate continue?” For more information go here.
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Haste makes waste my friend. Haste makes waste.
Before you go rampaging up I-25 next time by yourself you might want to call your friends who might want to go. Hmmm, thinking of others. What a concept!
Might you be coaxed into a follow-up post describing your experience?
Yes, I will do that when I get a chance. Patience, young grasshopper. Well, really the reason I haven’t done this yet it b/c I know that you are salivating over reading what he said…and I am going to milk that for all it is worth.
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