Re: If god exists, what created god?
Gil Hardwick (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sun, 23 Apr 1995 06:21:42 GMT
In article <D7G0IM.IJI@cunews.carleton.ca>, Greggory Senechal (email@example.com) writes:
> The book is partly about a new church rising from the ashes of
>nuclear holocaust and they worship a "Saint" by the name of Leibowitz
>who was really one of the engineers who had a hand in creating the
>bomb that caused the devastation. But they don't know this of course.
>Oh yeah, and the author's name: Walter M. Miller Jr.
What is new about this? The Popes have been playing this trick since
about the 4th century AD. Except they did it the slow and laborious
way by employing hosts of monks locked up in monasteries to carry out
the search and replace.
The job began when they realised that they couldn't quite argue with
any conviction against those who know better, and when they finally
completed the task they inflicted the Inquisition on anyone happening
to have retained a copy in the original.
Along with a few innocent pagans and witches into the bargain, so I
understand as to establish the foundations for modern resource use
He who refuses to qualify data is doomed to rant.
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