Month: February 2009
I certainly wish that I could stop posting about such things but as long as Dan Barker and the Freedom From Religion Foundation (hereinafter FFRF) are joining the ranks of the sorts of atheist who spend hundreds of thousands of dollars, time and energy during a time of worldwide recession not in order to help …
No, not in the way that one would traditionally understand such a sentiment: reaching out, inviting them to hear the gospel, feeding and clothing them, dialoging, etc.
Virgin Birth Affirmed This segment is merely meant to make reference to the Surah’s that make reference to Jesus’ virgin birth.
Stephen Jay Gould; teacher of biology, geology and history of science at Harvard University:
Mormonism hold to a henotheistic theology. This means that they believe in the existence of many gods but that only one of those gods should be worshiped. Yet, there was a progression, from their point of view a literal progressive revelation, which began with monotheism and culminated in henotheism.
Dennett the MesmeristProf. Daniel Dennett uncovers an interestingly odd plan to hypnotize theists, in a manner of speaking:
12-year-old speaks out on the issue of abortion Thus reads the title of a YouTube video wherein a brave little girl presented a speech which she prepared for a contest.
I’ve been looking around for material to comment on, and stumbled across some of Quentin Smith’s writings over at at the Internet Infidels. Mr. Smith is a thoughtful, intelligent atheist that I have respect for. So if all goes well, I intend to critically examine a few of his articles which attempt to positively assert …
Heavenly BlissThe Qur’an itself is not very descriptive of heaven or paradise. The two statements about what it is actually like are as follows:Surah 88:10-16, In a lofty Paradise.Where they shall neither hear harmful speech nor falsehood,Therein will be a running spring,Therein will be thrones raised high,And cups set at hand.And cushions set in rows,