1. If we are to have separation of church and state, should high school science teachers be allowed to ridicule Christianity, for example, in class, or are they required to be neutral toward religion?
I think this is the best solution especially since I think she will hate it
That's good, you know where you are. When I vote this week I'll try to remember that this is not America.
You said a lot but you didn't answer my question. Why does the post say that science has shown how many God's can't exist? I would hope that you would even want to correct this falsehood.
That is like saying Jesus wanted Judas to betray him. If all that was needed was a sacrifice, then why did the Romans have to do it?
Astrology is a really great example of "It's not science, because it's not falsifiable."
I meet see feel smell taste and speak to god every day
What a beautiful evolution Pell. I hope to get there one day and not worry so much about my own body.
Lol, I mean regardless of if this was the correct charge or not, what this dude did was despicable.
We prefer to call them Gingers....
He didn't die. He disappeared for about 36 hours.
Lots of things (archaeologically) were never discovered before the 20th century, so I'm not sure why that would be a relevant point (it doesn't mean they didn't exist at the time period they're dated to just because we found it during 20th century excavations).
totally a freak accident. The rain was mild to heavy. This clay we call soil can only hold so much water. They were driving and one gust blew the tree over.
1. You are a prime example of a ?Darwinist? that I speak of.
Dr. you're projecting.
Definitely. I'm just capping it at 1 because I don't feel like using decimals
Of course, Freddy...
They also believe the problems in Florida cased AL Gore to lose the election.
I have watched the speakers in Hyde Park Corner in London (and yes, some actually do stand on a soap box) and that, while annoying within earshot, is fine even though I have to move out of earshot.
What is clear, right now, is that the 'third way' (whatever it is: their literature doesn't propose any single model, but rather accumulates a list of publications by different authors going off in different directions) is rejected by the expert consensus.
Ah very good...exactly as I predicted.
You remind me of a spoiled toddler who has yet to amount to anything.
Just to be a wet blanket on all of this, it seems like the court was simply saying that the previous courts did not give enough weight to the sincerely held religious beliefs and didn't act in a neutral way. I'm not sure if their ruling actually means that the baker was in the right.
This is all you have?? lowender, let's just call you lowanout, or lout.
was wondering if you'd retired from Disqus
If you live near the American eastern region, you might want to actually check out a Unitarian Universalist congregation. None are strictly Christian, but the eastern congregations lean much more Christian than UU churches in other regions. But I would check them out no matter where you live. They are very progressive, and were on the forefront of LGBTQ issues long before they were even up for discussion in the larger culture.