Emphasis on “could”. Actually reading the bible… page by page – could be very effective in the de-conversion process. Ok evangelicals… we will allow the Bible to be taught in public…Continue
(For the American members)
Instead of protesting or arguing against the pledge’s -“one nation under god” or the “in god we trust” on our US currency, or the “so help me god” in our oath… … we should allow it. We should allow it under one circumstance.
That the word “god” be clarified. “god” is vague. Which “god”? Out of the thousands of gods that have existed…. To which god are we referring to? If we cannot specify which one – then the clause must be removed.…
Great idea, but I don’t think they should be called “chaplains”. They should be called counselors. I applaud Sgt Griffith’s efforts. There should not be any chaplains in the military anyways. When I was in Iraq, the Catholic chaplain had his office right next to mine. I would always look at…Continue
Giles County NC School Board voted to hang the Ten Commandments on the wall of one of their elementary schools despite the fact that it’s unconstitutional. The Freedom from Religion Foundation has put the school board on notice.Continue
In light of the rioting in England over college tuition and the out of this world price kids pay on tuition here in the states… here is a link to Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) free online courses. It’s obviously not for credit.
MIT OpenCourseWare is a free publication of MIT course materials that reflects almost all the undergraduate and graduate subjects taught at MIT.…
So this guy is a…Continue
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A vocal female human rights activist and journalist went on trial in…
I'm curious abouth the Christian Judgment Day/Armageddon. It is my understanding that Christians (in general) believe that when you die you either go to heaven or hell. Simple Enough.
So what's happening to you on Judgment Day? If your eternal fate was chosen for you at the time of death....then what is there to judge on the "Last Day"? You've already been judged at the time of death. So whats the point of Judgment day? Why all the hype?