[sword-devel] GNU and OS ideologies and indulgences

Timothy R. Butler sword-devel@crosswire.org
Wed, 19 Dec 2001 12:16:09 -0600

> That would take a substantial miracle. RMS is a heavily committed
> evolutionist and unlike many of his fellow travellers is willing to follow
> that to its logical conclusions. 

  That's one thing I can say for RMS, what ever it is that he says, he 
believes every bit of it. He'd make such a great evangelist if only he would 
become a Christian...

> The best response I would expect from him would be disinterested 
> neutrality. 

  Actually I was joking, but I could actually see him doing such. I mean, 
he's probably written no less than 1,000 pages on why Linux is really 

>RMS has abruptly ceased conversing with
> me and with a number of other individuals at various times at the point of
> discovering that the conversee was a serious Christian, and more
> particularly a creationist.

  Hmm... interesting. Mind if I ask how you ever managed to start conversing 
about creationism with RMS? The closest I ever got was wishing him a happy 
Easter one time I was corresponding with him, he really didn't say anything 
either way about that.


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