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Another update on the debate with my religous friend and other things

Hello all, Sorry I haven’t updated in a while. I’m a big creature of habit so if I don’t regularly go to a site then I almost never visit it. Anyway, I have a lot of updates on the debate/discussion with my religious friend front:1. For future reference for anyone debating a believer: realize that both are you are coming in with assumptions. Probably very different assumptions which are some of the reasons why you guys have come to very different answers. My friend for instance, seems to take…See More
Jul 3, 2011
Glen Rosenberg commented on Constance Ward's blog post My first blog post here
"Degree is significant. A slight bruise is less trying than a broken leg. Due process and reasonable punishment is better than sharia law and barbaric punishment. Humans are aware of quantitative and qualitative differences. It is not all the same.…"
Jun 7, 2011
John Camilli commented on Constance Ward's blog post My first blog post here
"Sooooo, there is no injustice between atheists? Or is it still the theists fault for any injustices between us? Lol. C'mon man.   Btw, Hanuman is the god wisdom and invention. His character in various myths is what you might expect from a…"
Jun 7, 2011
Glen Rosenberg commented on Constance Ward's blog post My first blog post here
"Well in India for instance passive acceptance of the caste system has resulted in continuatoin of the caste system. Why hasn't injustice been corrected? Answer-dumb assed monkey god religion. Where the influence of religion has been reduced a…"
Jun 6, 2011
John Camilli commented on Constance Ward's blog post My first blog post here
"If injustice can be corrected, why hasn't it been? I imagine a lot of theists see themselves as trying to do exactly that - correct injustice in the world. I doubt if many of them view themselves as liars, deniers and fear mongerers. That you…"
Jun 6, 2011
Glen Rosenberg commented on Constance Ward's blog post My first blog post here
"As to your first point I would use the word reason. Although the true basis is multi-faceted. Most are not purists like you and the universe's dots and t's can be unconnected in certain cases without causing dissonance. I agree that Islam…"
Jun 6, 2011
John Camilli commented on Constance Ward's blog post My first blog post here
""Any ideology which is based in faith is a recipe for disaster." Then all ideologies are a recipe for disaster. We've just discussed how even the primary tenets of science are in question by the mainstream scientific community.…"
Jun 6, 2011
Glen Rosenberg commented on Constance Ward's blog post My first blog post here
"I would bet my life there is a stark difference between american theists and atheists in the way they treat and view women. The more religious they are the more misogynistic. I beat my wife regular like a drum mentality. Again the individual who…"
Jun 6, 2011
Glen Rosenberg commented on Constance Ward's blog post My first blog post here
"John, If you look at adverse possession you will see that if you take someone else's property, real or personal and you never intend to give it back and you maintain your hostile taking long enough then the true owner cant get it back! But…"
Jun 6, 2011
John Camilli commented on Constance Ward's blog post My first blog post here
"Comment by John Camilli just now Delete Comment You bring up an interresting point about atheism not being a moral philosophy. I agree, it isn't, which is why it's nearly impossible to point to an example of someone doing something…"
Jun 6, 2011
John Camilli commented on Constance Ward's blog post My first blog post here
"For sure, many laws can seem very counter intuitive, at least to me. And every state has a slightly different definition of theft/ larceny, but there's not a court in this country that will let you get away with taking someone's stuff…"
Jun 6, 2011
Glen Rosenberg commented on Constance Ward's blog post My first blog post here
"Not a strawman at all. I mentioned adverse possession to demonstrate how counter intuitive law can be. Read about it. It is interesting and has obvious historical roots. Larceny equals taking property is incomplete. It is only one element…"
Jun 5, 2011
John Camilli commented on Constance Ward's blog post My first blog post here
"Your additional comments about theft are a strawman; they don't address what qualifies as theft to begin with, only a statute of limitations on what is already called theft.   Deriding the bully is not different then being the bully; it…"
Jun 5, 2011
Glen Rosenberg commented on Constance Ward's blog post My first blog post here
"Oh man I just wrote a bunch of junk and it was eliminated. So this is going to be reader's digest, no crib notes. Your hypothetical after changing slightly is legal theft. Steal property openly for requisite period, sometimes fifteen years, and…"
Jun 5, 2011
John Camilli commented on Constance Ward's blog post My first blog post here
"So you're telling me you think you could just take whatever you want from somebody, use it as long as you want, without them knowing, and then get off scott free just by saying you were going to give it back? Are we talking about the american…"
Jun 5, 2011
Glen Rosenberg commented on Constance Ward's blog post My first blog post here
"The definition is stored in my memory. I dont know if it is online but I would try Black's law dictionary. And my guilt or innocence would indeed turn on my intention. Too many years studying and practicing law. Yuck Freedom from unwanted…"
Jun 4, 2011

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Another update on the debate with my religous friend and other things

Posted on July 3, 2011 at 10:45am 0 Comments

Hello all,

 

Sorry I haven’t updated in a while. I’m a big creature of habit so if I don’t regularly go to a site then I almost never visit it.

 

Anyway, I have a lot of updates on the debate/discussion with my religious friend front:

1. For future reference for anyone debating a believer: realize that both are you are coming in with assumptions. Probably very different assumptions which are some of the reasons why you guys have come to very different…

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My first blog post here

Posted on June 3, 2011 at 1:23am 62 Comments

Well, I just wanted to go ahead and use this time to talk about things that have been happening in my life recently that relate to atheism/religion/skepticism/etc:

 

1. I have a very religious friend who I'm very close to and we tend to debate the topic of religion frequently (strangely enough, our discussions are why we are so close). Right now, we are discussing morality because somehow we got to the question of what I would say to the Christian god if I…

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At 11:24pm on June 3, 2011, Ruth Anthony-Gardner said…

Greetings, Constance! I'd like to invite you to a group where we talk about anything on our minds, Hang With Friends. :D

At 6:18pm on November 25, 2009, Dr. Terence Meaden said…
Hi and welcome to this splendid site and its many thousands of bright people like you who recognise religion for the giant fraud that it is.

Terry Meaden originator of the busy discussion group
"ORIGINS: Universe, Life, Earth, Humankind, Fossils, Religion, Evolution, Darwin..." with its over 230 discussion topics.
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