I can only imagine that Muslims and atheists would believe the malicious and fallacious drivel printed on this poster (although, the atheists would not believe the bottom part). Yet, I imagine that most of both Muslims and atheists would applaud such malicious and fallacy whilst knowing it to be malicious and fallacy merely because it …
Month: December 2010
While I will not delve into the bottomless pit of conspiracy theories regarding the attempts to establish a New World Order (although I have written on the Illuminati and the Alluminati—see here) I did want to simply offer two things in this post: 1) Some very, very chilling and telling statements made by Walter Cronkite.
While I suspect that they will not refuse to accept the gifts that mommy and daddy give them for Christmas, atheists have, again, been demonstrating their lack of charity (which studies evidence) and the fact that atheism is, essentially, an anti-Christian support group. Here are the latest reports on their war on Christmas: American Atheists …
When it comes to morality, Freethought / Humanism require one to act within certain parameters, at least in theory. This is granted as the very concept of morality presupposes, by definition, certain parameters, at least in theory. But why reference “Freethought / Humanism” and why state “at least in theory”?
Fr. Thomas Kreig (Chaplain at the University of Wisconsin-Stout and the University of Wisconsin-Eau Clair) notes,
The unquestionable integrity of the USA media shone through recently as ABC’s 20/20 with Diane Sawyer presented “Islam: Questions and Answers.” David Wood, of Answering Muslims followed up by…how to say it?…utterly obliterating that most fallacious program.
Hereinafter I will provide the text of an interesting article by Jonathan Sacks (“Credo: It takes faith to have a child, faith in mankind’s purpose – Europe is the most secular place on Earth but elsewhere religion is growing,” The Times, May 21, 2010). I will make a comment at the end. ————————————————–