to kill is to kill but may not be wise
Sep 07, 1996 06:55 PM
In message <960906004315_74024.3352_BHT267-2@CompuServe.COM>, Keith
Price <email@example.com> writes
>We could open up the can about why
>did God put a serpent in the garden of Eden in the first place, but after 20
>centuries, the talk is musty, but in essence it seems to be necessary to be
>exactly like it is and for us to struggle, suffer and kill it, though this
>doesn't seem warm, fuzzy, logical, ethical or in fact "nice" in anyway. But
>there you have it!
Hrrrrmm! Isn't the serpent a symbol of Wisdom ... suggest looking at
this story from that angle! Don't wanna kill wisdom. Oh no.
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