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“Thou Shall Not Ignore the Old Testament!” New Testament Verses Which Demand Following the Old Testament and Law Contradictions: I hear so many Christians now a days claim that the Old Testament is defunct for Jesus was the “lamb” to clear away its rules and regulations. This is just another bullshit scapegoat that Christians use to ignore the atrocities and bizarre laws commanded by their god.
Apologetics: How to Talk to an Atheist about Christianity. Domarboken – Bibeln. Substance over sweetness — another New Atheist critique gone askew : Pharyngula. Open Thread / Show #693: Jen & Tracie. As always, we air at 4:30-5:30 PM (CST) today (Sunday). You can watch live on ustream: Is Cherry Picking a Good Thing? This is actually a question I can see both sides of, even though I know which side I come down on. And recently a fan wrote in to express the following: I'm ok with cherry picking religious beliefs in general because I think that it has helped push beliefs towards a more beneficial outcome.
Today you hear people claiming that the Christian God is Love and other such nonsense, but I'd rather them intentionally ignore the bad parts in their holy book than to accept it all unquestioningly if they're going to believe in both cases already. He raised some good points about how it's good many Muslims are moderate--and not like their more fanatical counterparts. I get the point, I really do. This is a question with no answer. Does God Exist? Ricky Gervais Takes Your Questions. Jesus and the Law of Moses. Jesus and the Law of Moses There is much confusion rampant today regarding Christ and the Law of Moses.
The expression "law of Moses" is found in the scriptures (Lk. 24: 44). Smith's Bible Dictionary makes the following observation relative to law (nomos): "The word is properly used, in Scripture as elsewhere, to express a definite commandment laid down by any recognized authority; but when the word is used with the article, and without any words of limitation, it refers to the expressed will to God, and in nine cases out of ten to the Mosaic law, or to the Pentateuch of which it forms the chief portion….The sense of the word, however, extends its scope and assumes a more abstracts character in the writings of St.
Paul. De tio budorden. Evil Bible Home Page. Positive Atheism's Big List of Quotations. A Philosopher of Religion Calls it Quits. When philosophy professor Keith Parsons posted an announcement on his blog, The Secular Outpost, explaining why he had decided to abandon philosophy of religion, he expected only his handful of regular readers to take notice.
Ny religiös rörelse lockar tusentals unga - Nyheter - Senaste nytt. Clerics salute 'brave' Pakistan killer. Jamaat-e-Islami, one of Pakistan's main Islamist political parties, also said Mr Taseer's assassination was justified.
"If the government had removed him from the governorship, there wouldn't have been the need for someone to shoot him," it said in a statement. Qadri said after his arrest that he had shot the Punjab governor for his views: "Salman Taseer is a blasphemer and this is the punishment for a blasphemer. " Pictures of his smiling face dominated the local newspapers, which questioned why five other police protection officers allowed him to pump 40 bullets into Mr Taseer's body. Police sources also claimed that Qadri had previously been identified as a security risk because of his extremist religious views. Qadri was taken to court yesterday for a brief appearance and supporters threw rose petals, and shouted Allahu Akbar – God is the greatest – at the armoured police vehicle carrying him.
Mainstream Pakistan religious organisations applaud killing of Salman Taseer. The increasing radicalisation of Pakistani society was today laid bare when mainstream religious organisations applauded the murder of Salmaan Taseer, the governor of Punjab, earlier this week and his killer was showered with rose petals as he appeared in court.
Taseer was buried in his home town of Lahore. The 66-year-old was assassinated yesterday by Mumtaz Qadri, one of his police bodyguards, after he had campaigned for reform of the law on blasphemy. Qadri appeared in court, unrepentant, where waiting lawyers threw handfuls of rose petals over him and others in the crowd slapped his back and kissed his cheek as he was led in and out amid heavy security.
The internet had already been hosting fan pages for Qadri, with one Facebook page attracting over 2,000 followers before being taken down, while there were small demonstrations in favour of the killer in north-west Pakistan. It is thought that over a dozen police officers were taken into custody following the murder. Bill O'Reilly vs. David Silverman: You Know They're All Scams. The Christian Faithbook.
Att brottas med Gud. Britain has 85 sharia courts: The astonishing spread of the Islamic justice behind closed doors. By Steve Doughty Updated: 09:25 GMT, 29 June 2009 At least 85 Islamic sharia courts are operating in Britain, a study claimed yesterday.
The astonishing figure is 17 times higher than previously accepted. The tribunals, working mainly from mosques, settle financial and family disputes according to religious principles. They lay down judgments which can be given full legal status if approved in national law courts. Disputes: Islamic leaders rule on disagreements However, they operate behind doors that are closed to independent observers and their decisions are likely to be unfair to women and backed by intimidation, a report by independent think-tank Civitas said. The Nightline Face-Off: Does God Have a Future? (1 of 12) 20BsN.png (PNG-bild, 745x1067 pixlar) - Skalad (74. Entry Page (NEWS) Religion: respecting the minority. Every year, researchers from the British Social Attitudes survey ask a representative sample of British people whether they regard themselves as belonging to any particular religion and, if so, to which one?
When the survey first asked these questions in 1985, 63% of the respondents answered that they were Christians, compared with 34% who said they had no religion (the rest belonged to non-Christian religions). 50 reasons to believe in God. For the book by Guy P.
Harrison, see 50 Reasons People Give for Believing in a God. 50 reasons to believe in God is an email that made the rounds of atheist bloggers in June 2008. PZ Myers, on his blog Pharyngula, identifies the original author as Debra Rufini, an author whose recent book contains "an imaginary scenario in which Richard Dawkins gets psychiatric counseling…from Jesus". What follows is a collection of responses to these purported "reasons".
(Note that the title associated with each "reason" did not appear in the original e-mail and is provided here merely for reference.) Responses to the message Preamble It is easy to prove to yourself that God is real. Main Page. Mythology Pantheons : Browse and search for Gods. Capitol protestor found not guilty. By Brooks Baehr - bio | email.
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