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A little late night treat for all you apologist enthusiasts to chew on! Ever hear an atheist claim there to be a contradiction in Genesis? Yeah that's nothing new, but check out how a little logic can easily and effectively bring the non believer to the truth. Check it out! #atheism   #Christianity   #truth  
I recently came into contact with an atheist who was very excited to announce he found a Biblical contradiction! He was ready to finally justify his disbelief in the supposed infallible word of God. He came up to me and said ...
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+Colin Watts : I think for the most part it's because they are taught, from birth, a completely different idea of ethics. It's basically the authoritarian / moralitarian worldview, which holds that some particular set of moral rules define what is right and wrong -- rather than being a set of guidelines to help minimize harm.

Given that premise, any argument you make that comes up with the "right" answer is a "good" one -- even if it makes no logical sense or is based on incorrect facts.
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Is this attitude endemic to all religions?  I think the case could be made that it is. Since every religion that has a deity says "ours is the one true way" and god help you (sarcasm intended) if you worship the right god the wrong way .
If we did have a religious test for office in this country, it should be the opposite of what the religious people advocate:  It should disqualify someone from office if the test shows that they would put their religion ahead of the law .
 
The forces of theocracy in America are pushing against the U.S. Constitution harder than ever at a time when the ISIL movement has renewed the Religious Right’s assault on Islam as a religion.

David Barton, voice of the idiocy that claims the anti-theocratic U.S. Constitution somehow embraces theocracy, says Christians must have a biblical worldview and vote accordingly. The Ten Commandments, he says, must be their guide because through those commandments, God tells them how he wants them to vote:
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Why do they refuse to acknowledge that the founding fathers were weary of an established religion in this country, that England's travails and revolution were brought about because of religion? This is not a theocracy, never has been, never will be.
Personally, I think Christians here are butt-hurt because well Muslims have their own theocratic nations & then there's Israel, so logic tells me they want 'Murica' to be their theocratic nation. What a bunch of goobers! Lol!
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I know this video is on a swim school website (not coincidentally, the swim school my daughter goes to), but it is a very important message - especially for parents.
As a former lifeguard, I admit Iwas scared a few times by small children practicing their front float - because a live child floating with their face in the water looks exactly like a dead child floating in the water.
ALWAYS know where your kids are and what they are doing when they are near or in a swimming pool.  Do not expect the lifeguard to see everything.  The busier the pool/beach, the less attention your child will receive.
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Good stuff ... thanks, Garritt.
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I think this is hilarious !
Using the Quran to justify asking for people to boycott dates harvested by Jews and sold to everyone else .
If they had stuck with the "illegal settlements" argument, I think they would get much more traction among non-Muslims.  :-\
 
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But don't boycott Syrian dates; or Russian weapons; or Sudanese grain. No, just boycott dirty Jewish stuff.
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Every INTJ I know. :-/
 
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Cube wall worthy. 
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Slightly different from the comment I posted on the original:

Maybe if we make it so that all baptisms are waterboardings, there will be fewer baptisms. 
Because if it's good enough for the Muslims, it has to be good enough for the Christians.
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Palin: 'Waterboarding is how we baptize terrorists' | MSNBC http://ow.ly/wfC9P
- Let's focus on the degree to which Palin's painfully ridiculous rhetoric was offensive, especially towards Christians.
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someone water board that stupid twat. and then break the board over her head...  :)
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The reverse of this actually happened to me. :-/
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All of us know the feeling.
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My parents don't seem to understand. Maybe this will help get the message across.
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I think that particular type of plot point is pretty old.  I remember things like that in EE Smith's Lensman series - that whole series is a string of "the power of one 'man-of-will' to make a difference."
Without being spoilery here, at the end of the most recent Game of Thrones, I realized that, in very broad strokes, George and I did something similar: a small group of people are trapped in a fortress against an overwhelming...
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Oh, I agree about the Gary Cooper, but I didn't see it until I was an adult. Don't think I ever got to the novel, and really should. Thanks for mentioning it!
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I'm betting that, in this group, it's not just me.
 
Am I the only one?! 
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All the time. I have to be careful at work.
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Maybe a child in the southeast US?
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Seems like Napoleon Dynamite
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A must have for the zombie apocalypse, I think.  If it sheds cars this easily, it will fling bodies 1/2 a city block.
 
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