A few months back I went round and round about gay marriage with folks on this site. However I'd like to ask just one more question especially among advocates of homosexual behavior.. What do you think of this, is it "normal", weird, over the top or what? Not the separation, but the pregnant thing..
and if it is OK with you, were does this take us as far as relationships are concerned and human interactions ie: genetically male and genetically female? …
At 3AM Easter Sunday:
Time is a man made concept. When our ancestors concocted time they had no choice but to infuse god, for one could not exist without the other, they are one and the same. Time needs a creation, meaning it needs a beginning and an end; when our ancestor experienced the death of another, they had to rationalize time as the beginning of life and death as the end. This became FACT as did god.
Now that time was connected to reason, so was creation connected to…Continue
That Atheist, Freethinkers, Humanist are JUST people who don't believe in god.
Well Freethinkers, Atheist, Humanist, etc. have tackled the god myth with conviction and come to logical and sane conclusions. They are brave enough to go against the "norm," sometimes at their own peril. Why do they stop at other dogma that's just as inhumane and harmful as religion? For example, Racism, Systematic White Supremacy, Critique of European Culture, Israel, etc., Topics, similar to…
Added by Shabaka Tecumseh on April 2, 2012 at 5:00am — No Comments
It has become obvious to me that when Atheist speak, “reason” is paramount to any conversation. In fact, I just attended the “Reason Rally.” Reason, it appears, is the lifeblood of the Atheist movement. But what is Spirit? Where does or does it fit into the hierarchy of Atheist thought? Plato and later Aristotle, whom I believed “formalized” the European cultural essence, viewed “reason” as the higher function of man/woman, while appetite (emotion) was more “base.”…Continue
My interactions with some Atheist has lead me to believe that many put more emphasis on showing how "smart" they are instead of being "smart." I can see why Christians and other "Theist" who haven't figured out that superstition ain't the way, get turned off by "uppity" folk who seem to talk down to them because their reference is usually a 2000 year old book filled with contradictions. The Atheist I know, especially many of the white ones, are trapped into a techno intellectual mode that…Continue