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- Fri Apr 17, 2009 7:18 am UTC
- Forum: General
- Topic: Hifaleetin' thoughts
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so after my thesis is done in a month i want to throw a beer+fruit party, with blue moon + orange, corona +lime, and widmer hefeweizen + lemon. any other beer+fruit pairs that you people enjoy?
Sorry, you're basically saying that because by it's nature, evangelism is my definition of 'arrogance' that I cannot call it arrogant? That's crap. That's like saying (poor metaphor, I understand) that because a dog has a tail, I shouldn't fault it for wagging it. I didn't wag the dogs tail, the do...
are you guys attacking evangelical christianity because: 1) relativism is not part of its belief structure? or that it is 'arrogant' to think that you are correct about something that other people don't agree with? 2) part of its belief structure is that it is better for more people to be part of th...
- Fri Aug 08, 2008 12:34 am UTC
- Forum: Serious Business
- Topic: KKK, the government, christians and all that good stuff
- Replies: 30
- Views: 3745
clintonius wrote:Then, of course, there's d) "I love god for all this sweet stuff he blesses me with, and this bad stuff sucks, but I don't understand god, and I'm just gonna keep on believin'," which is a train of thought that's just beyond reason.
faith is supposed to be beyond reason.
Yes, the beliefs preceded the writing of the scriptures (all of the Biblical authors were believers). As for the selecting and editing, I am wondering what event you are referring to. The Christian canon has been affirmed at certain councils, and of course there has been debate over certain books (...
to humbly interject, i just wanted to add that lots of the beliefs of christianity were around before the christian version of the bible. the components of the text were selected and edited to reflect a particular belief structure. thus, it does not matter if the bible does not literally say somethi...
- Fri Jun 20, 2008 9:56 am UTC
- Forum: News & Articles
- Topic: Rush Limbaugh on Hillary's Appearance and Shallow America
- Replies: 32
- Views: 3613
- Mon Jun 09, 2008 12:56 am UTC
- Forum: Serious Business
- Topic: Nihilism/Existentialism - the Philosophical Loop
- Replies: 54
- Views: 7085
Yes, Neitzcheans occasionally have such ethical issues. The few I know are, at best, hard to get on with. Might I suggest a non-Neitzhean approach to value? One that doesn't end up as love Machiavellianism? I've given myself into taking my seemingly obligated thoughtful periods to thinking about no...