The following news story seemed both politically and polemically relevant.Gene Warner, “Women & Children’s Cares for Ontario ‘Miracle Baby’-Shortage at Hospital Where Ava Was Born Necessitated Journey,” Buffalo News, July 02, 2009 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ One-week-old Ava Isabella Stinson – all 2 pounds of her – has made quite a dramatic entrance into the world.
Month: July 2009
There is a contention between Judaism and Christianity as to whether the Messiah will institute new commandments; a new covenant. Let us explore this question. Part 1: Introduction Part 2: From the Talmud Part 3: From Midrash Rabbah and From Various Other Midrashim Part 4: Various Scholars Part 5: Various Scholars (continued) Part 6: Various …
True Freethinker now continues with “Some notes on Skepticism” authored by Rochus Boerner as part of the Scientific Cenobites series.
The Swedish Humanist Association Gets on the Bus The Swedish Humanist Association are the latest group of atheist who have such an overwhelming amount of money, and apparently do not know anyone in need, that they are purchasing ads.
It is true; Jews as individuals, never had to keep 613 commandments. Please do not make the mistake of asking a Jewish person if they keep the 613 commandments. But were there not 613 commandment for the Jews to keep? Yes however, some of the 613 were just for priests, some just for kings, some …
True Freethinker now continues with “Some notes on Skepticism” authored by Rochus Boerner as part of the Scientific Cenobites series. This segment will consider: Responding to Claims that were not made aka Demolishing Straw Men Technically Correct Pseudo-Refutation
Next we note the manner in which James Randi addresses the Christian God. This is a God also that requires to constantly be praised, constantly praised like a petulant child. He wants to constantly be praised, and bowed to, and kneeled to, this sort of thing and, and be feared. Greatly feared because, look what …
An Appealing Religion “Men and women find in it the message that fits in with their personal needs and desires.”[fn]Ernest Holmes as quoted in Glen S. Hayden, Viewpoints of Science of Mind concerning certain traditional beliefs (Item #0936, Los Angeles, Science of Mind Publishing, n.d.), p. 5.[/fn]
I now continue with “Some notes on Skepticism” authored by Rochus Boerner as part of the Scientific Cenobites series. This segment will concludes the section:Double Standards of Acceptable Proof and Ad-Hoc Hypotheses
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