Ed commented on Anna Stein's blog post 'No Title'
"You can inspire your students with educational truths based on our secular knowledge of the world around us. There is nothing immoral about that. Giving lip service to the school…"
49 minutes ago
Davis Goodman commented on Cato Rigas's blog post 'Life Condensed'
"Oh...I didn't mean to imply having a story similar to a Hollywood movie plot is a bad thing. Just the opposite!!!"
58 minutes ago
D L posted a discussion

Christianity is based on substitutionary atonement. Is it a moral religion?

Christianity is based on substitutionary atonement. Is it a moral religion? The case of substitutionary atonement that I wish to speak of is when God deemed it moral and just to punish his innocent…See More
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onyango makagutu commented on Anna Stein's blog post 'No Title'
"welcome to TA. I think if there is a possibility to change schools, that is what you should do. It is a great thing to inspire children and adults to have a passion for learning, even knowledge for…"
2 hours ago
Simon Paynton commented on Anna Stein's blog post 'No Title'
"Maybe you would be happier at a different school.  It probably is moral for you to teach at your present one, because you do a good job.  Maybe you would be happier doing a good job at a…"
2 hours ago
Simon Paynton replied to Reg The Fronkey Farmer's discussion 'Sunday Disassembly'
"We're stronger than that. "
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Cato Rigas commented on Cato Rigas's blog post 'Life Condensed'
"Well what I meant was, I'd never want to be blissfully ignorant. If ever there was an extremely unpleasant truth which would ruin any chance of enjoying life, I'd still want to know it, as…"
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Unseen replied to Davis Goodman's discussion 'Awe struck'
"Reminding me of a trip Yucatan and climbing up a minor Mayan pyramid. Nothing but jungle in all directions all the way to the horizon, no sounds but birds. "
12 hours ago
Davis Goodman replied to aubrey knows nothing *'s discussion 'where when how who why ?'
"Death is the permanent cessation of brain activity. Amongst the first cells to decompose are cells of the nervous system as they rely on oxygen more than other cells. As the circulation system…"
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