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    Mercy to them, indeed--will pray...

    Mercy to them, indeed--will pray...
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    That's sad...

    That's sad...
  3. On Jesus: "And let us run with perseverance the...

    On Jesus: "And let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us, fixing our eyes on Jesus, the pioneer and perfecter of faith..." (Heb. 12:1–2)

    Blessings,
    Lee
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    Well, given that John says people have seen Jesus...

    Well, given that John says people have seen Jesus who is God, and no one can see God, we must be using God in two different senses here.


    Yes, people have seen Jesus, who is "the radiance of...
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    "No one has ever seen God, but the one and only...

    "No one has ever seen God, but the one and only Son, who is himself God and is in closest relationship with the Father, has made him known." (John 1:18)

    So people have seen Jesus, who is himself...
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    "Whoever drinks of the water that I give him,...

    "Whoever drinks of the water that I give him, shall never thirst."

    "To know that shall means shall, that never means never and that thirst means any unsatisfied need, may be one of the greatest...
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    I mean for example, a new binding site. In...

    I mean for example, a new binding site.

    In this paper, we report the results of the stochastic simulation of the time to fixation of new [multi-residue] features by what we consider to be the...
  8. I envision a complete breakthrough in the Middle...

    I envision a complete breakthrough in the Middle East, where unequipped church leaders will get the chance to see Christ’s power in the most persecuted countries in the world. We are coming to arm...
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    Well, we're all on a search for truth, are we...

    Well, we're all on a search for truth, are we not? And the claim is not that evolution is impossible, but that macro-evolution is improbable. As in the mutation of a protein to form a new function.
    ...
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    Agreed, and faith and repentance are acts of...

    Agreed, and faith and repentance are acts of obedience, I would insist...

    Blessings,
    Lee
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    Yes, but you haven't finished addressing...

    Yes, but you haven't finished addressing Evolution New's conclusion that this paper implies support for Axe.

    Blessings,
    Lee
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    No problem! Blessings, Lee

    No problem!

    Blessings,
    Lee
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    And I read here ...

    And I read here that "Homology is the blanket term, both ortho- and paralogs are homologs."


    Which should be fine, I think.

    Blessings,
    Lee
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    I think there's been a misunderstanding,...

    I think there's been a misunderstanding, Evolution News was referencing the paper by Tokuriki and Tawfik.


    I think what they must be doing is defining a general measure for all proteins, or at...
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    Well, I thought we agreed that testing for new...

    Well, I thought we agreed that testing for new function would be prohibitive. So we would need some other way to estimate the distance between functions, which I believe Axe attempted, and succeeded...
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    Well, again, the similar approach and this...

    Well, again, the similar approach and this protein may well be compatible in their results. And testing for one function can be generalized to different proteins and their functions:

    How are these...
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    I don't think I'm so smart! But for arguments...

    I don't think I'm so smart! But for arguments presented to the general public, I believe I can understand and present them here, and they seem to hold up pretty well.

    Blessings,
    Lee
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    Well, Miller convinced me that Behe had been...

    Well, Miller convinced me that Behe had been refuted, notably with a diagram of blood clotting that was a simple "Y". Then I read Behe's book, and realized that I had been had, blood clotting is...
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    I read Kenneth Miller's book, "Finding Darwin's...

    I read Kenneth Miller's book, "Finding Darwin's God".

    Blessings,
    Lee
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    Well, I find that the arguments hold up pretty...

    Well, I find that the arguments hold up pretty well when I try them out. A little back history, I heard that Behe had been refuted, and I believed them, until I read his book. I found his arguments...
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    Well, I wouldn't know what I am unaware of! ...

    Well, I wouldn't know what I am unaware of!


    I've read books by biologists, by Behe in particular, and by Reasons to Believe, which address such issues, and am willing to read further, and...
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    No, what I said was this: Blessings, Lee

    No, what I said was this:



    Blessings,
    Lee
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    Well, you deemed it worthy of posting, to support...

    Well, you deemed it worthy of posting, to support your point--what are your qualifications to judge a peer reviewed article, may I ask in reply?


    I did, now please respond to my points--instead...
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    Well, interesting. Yet in the case of the protein...

    Well, interesting. Yet in the case of the protein Axe worked with, function and folds do seem related.

    ... given the importance of hydrophobic interactions to protein folding, it seems likely that...
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    So it's a simple scenario for a complex system,...

    So it's a simple scenario for a complex system, with acknowledged problems. In addition, his figure 6 ("Time-line phylogeny for appearance (and disappearance) of various clotting factors during the...
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