> Further my post dt. Mar 28, 2014 7:59 AM > (http://mathforum.org/kb/thread.jspa?threadID=2625901) > , I've since carefully read through the document you > (Domenico Rosa) had linked us to: the Introduction to > "AGAINST THE GALILAEANS", by Wilmer Cave Wright. > > I had never seen it before, and it is most > interesting indeed. However, I do lack the > background probably needed to comment meaningfully on > it vis-a-vis your suggestion that "Julian had been > force-fed the 'orthodox' Christian dogmas and foresaw > the resulting intolerance and disasters that would > follow". > > The more I read, I find the more I need to read and > *study*. Alas, I am only able to *study* the merest > fraction of all that I know I should be doing!
> On entirely another front, I do believe that the > 'religious praxis' has often been responsible for a > great deal of intolerance in our societal lives, > despite that wonderful advice said to have been > given us by Jesus Christ: "Do thou unto others as > thou wouldst have others do unto you". This is, I > strongly believe, the foundation of all successful > life in human society. You may perhaps be in at > least partial agreement with me on this.