Three people killed and several injured in Nice knife attack A knifeman killed three people and injured several others in an attack inside a church in Nice on the Côte d’Azur. The killings happened at 9am on Thursday morning inside the Notre-Dame basilica in the city centre. There were unconfirmed reports in the French media … More If this is a Religion of peace as its proponents claim, then fuck Islam!
From Wikipedia The murder of Samuel Paty, a French middle-school teacher, took place on 16 October 2020 in Conflans-Sainte-Honorine, a suburb of Paris. Paty was killed and beheaded in an act of Islamist terrorism. The perpetrator, Abdoullakh Abouyedovich Anzorov, an 18-year-old Muslim Russian-born refugee of Chechen descent, killed and beheaded Paty with a knife. Anzorov was shot and killed by police minutes later. His motive … More Islam is … fill in the blank.
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
An Atheist cannot disprove the existence of a God within a range of absolute certainty. Personally, I’ve never even tried to disprove ”a God.” Do any other atheists really try to disprove the existence of ”a God(sic)”? I always thought the onus was on the theist to provide the evidence for the existence of their … More Oh, for gods’ sake
While indulging in five minutes of semi-random article clicking on my Reader I came across something on a site called Christianity Today titled: Why the Special Envoy on Freedom of Religion or Belief role is invaluable I wonder, does a badge and a hat come with the job? You can read the article if you … More Religious freedom. Contradiction of terms?
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?