Have you ever seen so very many people so very happy about terrorism? With Anders Behring Breivik’s bombing and shootings rampage which left 92 dead in Norway’s capital and a nearby island, champagne bottles are being popped opened and vociferously verbose references to “Christian terrorism” are being promulgated.
Month: July 2011
During many of his debates, Christopher Hitchens has argued that morality is not premised upon YHVH. One of his buttresses was based on Jesus’ parable of the Good Samaritan. First, let us consider the story, then Christopher Hitchens personal interpretation and finally whether the parable supports his view. The parable from Luke 10:25-37:
At the very least, the Big Bang Theory finally caught us up to that which the Bible has stated all along: that the universe—time, space, matter—had a beginning. Yet, the Big Bang Theory proposes that the universe came from nothing, by nothing and for nothing.
As per what is sadly typical of the tangled web which is weaved by our pop-culture, the concept of karma has been ubiquitously promulgated. However, as per what is sadly typical of our pop-culture’s tangled web, the ubiquitously promulgated concept of karma has been watered down in order to be sold for mass consumption.
Just posted about another atheist [ill]conceived as a manner whereby to discredit the concept of an intelligent designer or God in general: the Flying Spaghetti Monster. Here is the article: Pastafarian dawns religious head gear for Austrian driver’s license. At least in this case we learn that some atheists are honest and open enough to …
Is praying to God any different than praying to a milk jug? A question about prayer was sent to this writer which pertains to what was called, “the milk jug argument.” It goes something to the likes of: if by praying to God we receive the answers of “Yes,” “No” or “Wait,” we could just …