Nan has a post up titled What say you? about the banning of religious symbols. Here is my take. The Agony Aunt Column. Dear Aunty Jane: Topic. Religious Symbols and their effects on my sensitivity. As a young lad, growing up in a village in England, part of my paper round (route) took me … More Oh for gods’ sake! For Nan
Text from a recent podcast I listened to over at David Robertson’s Third Space site between a Dr. Sameh Maurice and Robert Martin on the Power of Prayer. Dr. Maurice:’We have seen signs, wonders miracles , people raised from the dead … Robert Martin: ”You’ve seen people raised from the dead?” Dr. Maurice: ”Yeah, yeah … More Oh, for gods’ sake!
I’ll be perfectly honest, I do not understand the intricacies of US politics over and above the bare bones of Republican vs Democrat. Red tie and Blue tie. Therefore, it has always intrigued me why the Republican Party seems to be labelled as representing Christian Values whereas the Democrats are portrayed (by certain Republicans) as … More God Bless Ermerica … ye haw!
Introduced to bolster state secularism, Bill 21 prevents judges, police officers, teachers and public servants holding some other positions from wearing (religious) symbols such as the kippah, turban, or hijab while at work. Is it OK for public servants to wear religious symbols? https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-48588604 Well …. is it? Meanwhile …. Ark
A post about disability included a paragraph about a Christian and former drug addict who approached a blind person on the train and asked for permission to pray that his sight may be restored. The Christian claimed that praying to his god was directly responsible for his own ”healing” This prompted my response. I’ll give … More Oh, for gods’ sake.
In the third video Tracey almost loses it at 6:00. This is probably the best of the three. Ark.
One can never get tired of this. ”This kind of faith is really the perfection of narcissism. God loves me, dontcha know? He cured me of my eczema. He made me feel so good while singing in church. And just when we had given up hope we managed to find a banker … More Religion. What’s the Harm
Mel Wild says: October 23, 2018 at 8:42 am What kind of evidence? *Material? Natural? Because only accepting natural or material evidence to say there is nothing beyond the natural world is precisely the circular thinking Hart is talking about. *Seriously, is there any other type of evidence outside of these two parameters? How can … More The Wild side of life. ”Hello? Is that you, God…?”
While Christians and Muslims seem diametrically opposed in many of their religious views there are some striking similarities between members of these two faiths. Surprisingly, however, it is not certain aspects of their doctrines – their theillogical literature – that are the more noticeable of these two sworn enemas. For the answer, one has to … More Oh for gods’ sake! Say what?
Pastor Wild says: Mel Wild says: August 11, 2018 at 12:09 am Yes, my post is my observation. It was clearly written that way. What is your point? You can have all your sociologists stand on their heads if you want. If this observation is wrong, perhaps you can enlighten us inferior folk in how we’ve … More Why religion actively inhibits the practice of Love thy Neighbour.
Brilliant! Dedicated to … well, anyone you like I suppose. Ark
Philosophy of Religion blog (Does God Exist?) If you’re asking me if there are certain facts that make God’s existence more probable than it would have otherwise (i.e. not having those facts), then yes. So, yes, someone can be an atheist and think that there is SOME evidence for God’s existence. MARCH 12, 2018 AT … More Gotta love them maybe-Christians too, right?