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Hooray For Catholicism.

I read a post that talked about how much the catholic church has been a friend to science and the arts and cited examples like the father of the big bang being a catholic priest and various catholics who have … Continue reading

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Why I Love Religion.

The following is  an email I got explaining why my very polite and sensible comments on a few blogs at creationscience4kids.com (a wordpress blog) were not approved. The letter begins: Dear agnophilo, I haven’t been ignoring your comments, just asking … Continue reading

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Intelligent design.

A comment I gave I thought I would repost:   The reason intelligent design is dismissed is that (in science) it’s not empirically testable, ie cannot be used to make successful or repeated predictions, and (in philosophy) not only have … Continue reading

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Philosophy/religion/science/god/bible discussion.

  This is a response I just posted on someone’s blog in a discussion about the above topics.  It is long and gets into some deep things so I thought I’d post it:     “agnophilo, I appreciate the conversion. … Continue reading

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Godless Heathen Quote.

This is part of a comment I left on someone’s site, they were talking about how atheists just kick back and don’t try to believe in god and how much effort it takes.  I said:   As for believing in … Continue reading

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“True” Christianity.

I just read a blog about whether people are “true” christians and this was my commentary.  I think it says everything that needs to be said about the matter: “Do not think that I have come to abolish the Law … Continue reading

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Humans Are Animals (Literally).

We use the term “animal” to refer to any animal species except humans and often to contrast ourselves with them, ie “stop behaving like an animal”, or “what were you born in a barn?”.  We think of animals with contempt … Continue reading

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