Wednesday, September 12, 2007


Not a Biblethumper


Anonymous said...

"My chief concern is to try to be an humble, earnest Christian."

"We failed, but in the good providence of God apparent failure often proves a blessing."

"My trust is in the mercy and wisdom of a kind Providence, who ordereth all things for our good."

That's three more mentions of religiosity than I've ever heard your great nemesis make.

J said...

Lee was an Episcopalian vestryman, well read in Greek and Latin classics, history, and excelled in mathematics and engineering. We don't approve of his religious leanings--though they are not nearly as nutty as those of say Abe Lincoln, or many 19th century Americans.

Lee on occasion offered a few pious bon mots, but was no fundamentalist or Baptist. And he had some not-half-bad political ideas, and came near to wiping yankee liberals and do-gooders off the map. Actually perhaps a bit indecisive, though 2nd Bull Run rocked. JEB Stuart: now JEB knew how to handle Feds, or their n-gahs.

J said...

Besides, you are lying. X-ron has made numerous anti-Darwinian comments on your site, and more than a few in favor of Xtianity. He more or less makes up whatever he wants to (like his latest imbecilities about 911), posts it, and you take it as truth.

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