To: All Msg #82, Jun-30-93 12:04AM Subject: Re: Are science and religion compatable? In ar
From: Jan Willem Nienhuys
To: All Msg #82, Jun-30-93 12:04AM
Subject: Re: Are science and religion compatable?
Organization: Eindhoven University of Technology, The Netherlands
From: email@example.com (Jan Willem Nienhuys)
In article <1993Jun29.firstname.lastname@example.org> email@example.com
(Bear Giles) writes:
>In article <firstname.lastname@example.org> email@example.com (Jan Willem
>>Mysticism and ritual are mostly gone. Even New Agers blab about
>_Some_ new agers blab like that, but others are pursuing legitimate
>mystical interests. I would suggest you pick up a copy of _Gnosis_
>if you think mysticism is dead or only a surface patina.
I wrote *mostly gone*, I didn't write *gone*. About half the U.S.
population takes the Bible literally, and the number of atheists and
agnosts is small (less than a million in the U.S.). How large is the
circulation of Gnosis? How many mystics are there in the U.S.?
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