All Blog Posts Tagged 'conversation' (3)

The Importance of Conversation

Nearly everyday, I walk into my local Starbucks and order my morning coffee. On a particularly rainy day at 7:30am, I hear a woman, Clara, say to a fellow coffee drinker as they exit the store, "Watch your shoe laces!" The woman’s boot laces are untied and dragging. As Clara is speaking aloud, I reply with a minor comedic comment. She excites and begins conversing with me about multiple topics starting with work, age and experience, 2016 Presidential Election, our in born…

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Added by Andrew Brown on February 7, 2017 at 1:49pm — 13 Comments

Religious Self-consciousness.

I am so sick of religious people being completely self conscious about their beliefs and claims that a calm conversation about religion is an attack on their belief, when the same people have no problem what so ever telling me how wrong I am and how I should go about finding truth in God's word.



It started out with a simple status update on facebook.



It said something along the lines of:

I wish more people posted their religious views in their profiles, I am curious how… Continue

Added by Jon Heim on August 30, 2010 at 2:27am — No Comments

My meeting with a creationist - an anecdote.

I think I discovered a creationist the other day.



I was busy copying something and an acquaintance of mine approached the copier with her documents and we started chatting while I copied my pages. The conversation turned to evolutionary psychology, as it does, and I recounted an incident that took place during my first year at university. The lecturer had asked the class what evolution was and a kid replied "it says we came from monkeys" and the lecturer replied "that's right!"* I… Continue

Added by Prazzie on September 24, 2009 at 8:30am — 5 Comments

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