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From: "Timur Rozenfeld" <>
Subject: Christianity as an objective value???
Date: Sat, 15 Aug 1998 10:47:24 -0600

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> So, are you arguing that Christianity is derivable from our general need for 
survival and flourishing (i.e., in the > absence of any =
knowledge about

> Christianity, one could predict it from general human physical needs), or are 
you arguing that Christianity is
> not a "human value"?  If the former,
> please show me such a derivation, or if the latter, please "prove" it.

I was simply referring to the statement that values are axiomatic which I 
disagreed with. As for Christianity, I don't see it as a rational =

value (except maybe for medicinal purposes). You would have to present some 
arguments to show that it is a rational value that aids in the =
survival/flourishing of one's life.

Timur Rozenfeld

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