First, note that that which follows will disparage pride and so it is important to note that this humble writer has no pride. Indeed, I am very proud of the fact that I have overcome pride. In fact, I am so humble that it is an embarrassment to other people and I am very proud of just how humble I am.
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...he is a coward and would not dare say any such thing. Rather, he wrote this about YHVH, the God of the Bible. This is because the Atheist movement is 99% anti-Christian and 1% anti-misc. (and this may be being too generous as it may not be a full 1%).
You may very well have fond memories of The Muppet Show but please be aware that the neo Muppets have been corrupted and are not child/family friendly.At least in the case of the 2004 AD movie remake...
Many atheists, so called skeptics and religious tolerance minded in general claim that the Golden Rule has been known and taught by many regardless of chronology, geography or theology.
In a way, this is a non-issue however, in another way it is a fallacious claim.
New two parter on Christopher Hitchens' assertion that the Good Samaritan was non-religious and thus, that religion / God is not necessary for morality.
During many of his debates, Christopher Hitchens has argued that morality is not premised upon YHVH. One of his buttresses was based on Jesus’ parable of the Good Samaritan…It seems that only an atheist could consider a God prescribed moral action and come to the conclusion that a God prescribed moral action does not require God.
Vincent Bugliosi’s most recent contribution to the New Atheist dust bin is his book, “Divinity of Doubt: The God Question” wherein he wrote:
Death is dirty and rotten, horrifying, monstrous, vile, disgusting, grotesque, despicable, indescribably ugly, and if there is a God, evil. When our loved ones die before our eyes, when we die before our loved ones' eyes, who is responsible for this horrible, ghastly event?
I just finished posting a parse essay dismantling this assertion.
We now conclude considering part of the American Humanists Association’s “Interesting Facts You Might Not Know”: “Without a god, why be good at all?”
We now pick up where the last segment ended.
3) It is an argument to embarrassment:
The only answer to the premise “Without a god, why be good at all?” was a presupositional assertion, “Because you know you want to, anyway,” this was the only “why” offered.
Well kids, get your highlighters out as Sam Harris is publishing a new book. By the way, the aka is of my own making. Why? Because his new book, The Moral Landscape is about, as the subtitle states, “How Science Can Determine Human Values.”
Before getting into Sam Harris’ own description let us note that with friends like Richard Dawkins, Sam Harris needs no enemies. Note what Dawkins wrote,
The video of my debate with my friend Michael Sizer on morality is now available.
This debate took place in March 2010 AD at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Canada.
At some point I may post segments and make a few comments.
For example, at one point, when it came to the question about harm causing in the Bible I misspoke;
I wanted to distinguish between me taking it upon myself to taken an innocent life--on the one hand--and a governing body prescribing capital punishment on a guilty person--on the other.
Yet, I accidentally said, "innocent" for both.
Click on image above to see articles about Aleister Crowley and the West Memphis Three (WM3) murders.
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