Oh, probably not, but here is Discovering Religions take on why god isn’t necessary in our Universe.
Filed under: Religion Tagged: Creation, Logic, Religion, The DWR Sunday Religious Disservice, The Universe
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To a calm and rational observer, the statement “viewing child pornography is victimless” is true. To an emotional person prone to sensationalism, for writing that first line, I should be reported to the RCMP.
On Wednesday night Tom Flanagan, a former adviser to Stephen Harper, spoke to a small crowd in Lethbridge, Alberta, where he . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: The Defence Of Tom Flanagan
…the logic of religion! LOL! (5) Trashy, Ottawa, Ontario
“Do you believe in god?” “No.” “Well, do you believe in love?” “Sure.” “Then you must believe in god, as god is love” “Wha…?”
I’ve heard the ‘god is love’ bit quite a number of times, but never as a proof for its deistic existence. When it is merely an assertion about a god already . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: The DWR Sunday Disservice – God is Love and Poseidon is the Sea
“Government does not work on logic,” a wise man once told your humble e-scribbler. “It works on the basis of history.”
When faced with a new problem, people tend to do what they did before, not what might make sense in the new circumstances.
You can see that the preference for history over logic in . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: The politics of logic and history #nlpoli
There is a conversation that happens all the time between theists and non-believers. I have engaged in it many times myself as well as observed others engaging in it more times than I can count. While there are a number of seemingly valid ways atheists could deal with this conversation, I have come to believe . . . → Read More: Dead Wild Roses: The DWR Sunday Disservice – You Can’t Explain It: Must Have Been God
Check out a speech given by Britian’s most senior Catholic.
Filed under: Education Tagged: Fallacy, Logic, Visualization
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