Related somehow to religion or it wouldn’t be here.
Thoughts about Religion.
- The 1st amendment March 27, 2012
All these people who keep yelling about the Constitution and how it’s being violated by the government and keep insisting that “This is a Christian country.” and claiming the government is carrying on a “War on religion” need to read it.
Here’s a link to the constitution.
And here’s what the 1st amendment actually says:
¨Congress shall make ...
- Freedom of Religion February 21, 2012
I checked the preamble to the Constitution and guess what? It starts with the words “We the people.” It does not begin with we the hospitals, schools, day care centers, soup kitchens, or any other institution … not even churches! The first amendment guarantees freedom of religion to “We the people” it does not guarantee ...
- Knowledge and Reality December 9, 2011
I was reading an article in the Wikipedia on Jewish philosophy at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jewish_philosophy and the section far down the page at:
Traditionalist attitudes towards philosophy
which reads: Haredi traditionalists who emerged in reaction to the Haskalah considered the fusion of religion and philosophy as difficult because classical philosophers start with no preconditions for which conclusions they must reach in their investigation, while ...
- Texas Fires: More Vengeance? September 6, 2011
seems to be missing a great opportunity in her battle for the republican presidential
nomination. If she can call the earth quake and hurricane Irene god
’s vengeance for us
electing Obama President she should be calling the Texas fires God’s vengeance for electing Rick Perry Governor.
- God’s Vengeance September 1, 2011
I was wondering how long it would take for some religious
fanatic to say it. “I don’t know how much God has to do…. We’ve had an earthquake; we’ve had a hurricane. He said, ‘Are you going to start listening to me here?'” I thought it would be some Islamic fundamentalist saying it was God’s ...
- More on Seperation of Church and State August 24, 2011
My father, a fundamentalist baptist
Minister, opposed, (no he was actually angered), by public events that included pray. He based his opinion of such acts on the verses which you can check out here: http://bible.cc/matthew/6-5.htm and here http://bible.cc/matthew/6-6.htm and here http://bible.cc/mark/12-17.htm and here http://bible.cc/john/9-31.htm. He agreed with Billy Graham that what these verses made abundantly clear was ...
- Fundamentalism August 24, 2011
This is a condensed summary of what Fundamentalist Christians believe
There is only one God.
God is a Spirit. (That is he has no physical or material existence. )
God is omniscient (all knowing [although he sometimes asks questions like “…
- Separation of Church and State August 17, 2011
“This Constitution, and the Laws of the united states
which shall be made in Pursuance thereof; and all Treaties made, or which shall be made, under the Authority of the United States
, shall be the supreme law
of the land
; and the Judges in every State shall be bound thereby, any Thing in the Constitution ...
- GOD November 4, 2010
Suppose you wanted to have a conversation about God with someone. If there is to be any communication you’ll have to both mean the same thing by the words you use. The most important word in such a conversation will be God, and at least some minimal assumptions of what God is have to be ...
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