1. Standard memberRJHinds
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    12 Dec '11 05:33
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Noyce
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    12 Dec '11 05:47
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Noyce
    This might answer that for you. I would be interested in your opinion.

    http://www.stanford.edu/class/e140/e140a/content/noyce.html
  3. Standard memberRJHinds
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    12 Dec '11 06:18
    Originally posted by JS357
    This might answer that for you. I would be interested in your opinion.

    http://www.stanford.edu/class/e140/e140a/content/noyce.html
    No, it does not make it clear if he ever returned to his Christian roots or not.
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    12 Dec '11 08:26
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    No, it does not make it clear if he ever returned to his Christian roots or not.
    Look at this link for insight into Bob Noyce, who died in 1990 at the age of 62:

    There is a lecture by Leslie Berlin, a Stanford historian, about Noyce, scroll down and you can view it, about 30 minutes long.

    http://searchenginewatch.com/article/2131643/Robert-Noyce-Microchip-Co-Creator-Celebrated-by-Google-Doodle

    Our present way of life owes a debt of gratitude to Bob Noyce.
  5. Standard memberRJHinds
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    13 Dec '11 01:01
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    Look at this link for insight into Bob Noyce, who died in 1990 at the age of 62:

    There is a lecture by Leslie Berlin, a Stanford historian, about Noyce, scroll down and you can view it, about 30 minutes long.

    http://searchenginewatch.com/article/2131643/Robert-Noyce-Microchip-Co-Creator-Celebrated-by-Google-Doodle

    Our present way of life owes a debt of gratitude to Bob Noyce.
    Yes I know he contributed much to our way of life now. But I was wondering
    since he was brought up in a Christian home and seemed to have departed
    from his Christian upbringing later in life, did he believe in Christ before he
    died? As a Christian, his story becomes a sad one if he did not.
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    13 Dec '11 01:10
    Originally posted by RJHinds
    Yes I know he contributed much to our way of life now. But I was wondering
    since he was brought up in a Christian home and seemed to have departed
    from his Christian upbringing later in life, did he believe in Christ before he
    died? As a Christian, his story becomes a sad one if he did not.
    I'm sure you will fret and foam worrying about it but, hey, he died in 1990, lots of former christians died without that final attaboy. I would worry more about your own situation rather than show apparent angst over a dead genius.
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    13 Dec '11 07:32
    Originally posted by sonhouse
    I'm sure you will fret and foam worrying about it but, hey, he died in 1990, lots of former christians died without that final attaboy. I would worry more about your own situation rather than show apparent angst over a dead genius.
    I have no reason to worry about my situation. Thanks for your concern
    anyway.
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    14 Dec '11 02:551 edit
    These animated robots seem to lean heavly towards Christian belief. They are discussion the book "The Latent Power of the Soul"{/b] and how man is a tripartite being [b]"spirit and soul and body". [/b]

    Perhaps it was created for those who play video games ?

    YouTube&feature=related
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