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That looks more like a naval uniform. So wouldn't he be the Surgeon Admiral?

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So inspirational :')

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Jesus drowning in your ass crack -- would that be considered blasphemy?
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Butt Butt Butt... that just isn't right..

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"Reason" found... Interesting that God supposedly had a reason to put someone there with a camera, but couldn't or wouldn't find a reason to stop one person, whose job was to serve and protect, from raising his weapon and shooting another unarmed person in the back. Reason on that...
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+Judy Weismonger It's always puzzled me that so many people seem to have the idea that the entire planet is like god's ant farm and we're the ants! Then when god whips out the bucket of water, the magnifying glass or simply stomps the ground, it's all good, cause it's god's will. If anyone survives it's "god is good" because he "rescued" those few people. Even his failure to kill everyone in his disaster is somehow exulted!  It just seems mindbogglingly bizarre to me that people have to be CONVINCED that this is not the case, and that the last thing you would want to be in this scenario is an ant!
Still you get doe-eyed believers that cannot wait for the end of all things ostensibly saying "squish me jesus so that I may be with you"!   
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The demons are not in the child but the parents and church. The ignorance is strong with these people. 

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"Intuition is not always wrong, but neither is it a shortcut around the hard work of logical analysis and rational choice."
http://chronicle.com/article/The-Trouble-With-Intuition/65674/
There are times to go with your gut. But there are other times when that will lead you astray.
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Mythical Figure of the Day: Satan

In the Abrahamic religions Satan is the opposite of God. In the Bible, God is good. Satan is evil -- the tempter, the accuser, the adversary, the deceiver....

With all the raping, murder, pillaging, etc., going on in the Bible, surely Satan must be mentioned numerous times, right? According to Biblegateway, and if you read the Bible straight through instead of in segments, you may notice that there are only 49 mentions of "satan" in the KJV of the Bible. https://www.biblegateway.com/quicksearch/?quicksearch=satan&qs_version=KJV&limit=100 Most of those mentions are conversations with Satan or someone saying how terrible Satan is.

There are numerous stories, in the Bible, of God personally killing people.... http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Examples_of_God_personally_killing_people

There's only one story in the Bible of Satan -- the tempter, the accuser, the adversary, the deceiver -- killing people... and that's in the story of Job, which goes a lil somethin' like this:

Job is introduced as a righteous guy, blessed with children, slaves, land, plenty food, livestock and the stuff that made life comfortable in those days.

Satan was like, "Hey, God... It's easy for Job to be righteous. Look at what a comfy life he has. I bet he'd crumple and renounce you if shit hit his fan."

God was like, "No way. Job's my dude. But, if you wanna test him, go right ahead. Do your worst."

So, the gist of it is, God allowed Satan to kill Job's kids and slaves to test Job in order to see how righteous he was... and Satan, with God's permission, did just that.

Yes, I understand what the 'moral of the story' is supposed to be -- the one that's taught. Satan is a deceiver and God is good -- people are encouraged to be steadfast in faith, no matter what, like Job and God will favor you too.

Bare bones it and it's a story about  a wager, between God and Satan. Job prevailed, so God won. I've never heard anyone preach at any length about, or mourn the lives of Job's kids and slaves who God permitted Satan to kill so He could prove a point.

Literally Interpreted Immoral of the Story: Faith has more value than human lives, even the lives of innocent bystanders.
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"The Declaration of Independence announces the sublime truth, that all power comes from the people. This was a denial, and the first denial of a nation, of the infamous dogma that God confers the right upon one man to govern others. It was the first grand assertion of the dignity of the human race." -Robert G. Ingersoll, Individuality (1873).
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"The heart organoid beats because it contains specialized cardiac cells and because those cells are receiving the correct environmental cues."
Wake Forest University's "body on a chip" program produces functioning miniature heart cells in a lab
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Also the Swiss flag don't seem to have a religious cross. (in fact the origin is claimed to be military)
I don't know but I don't think it belongs.

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You read it here, first :0P
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