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Go to: Moody Bible Radio Discovers 'The Clergy Project' - interview with Teresa MacBain

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He must of thought himself real clever when saying can't demand emperical evidence for a miracle because it's outside space and time... This must be some kind of complex for desiring things to be mysterious and magical, not to mention a gross lack of curiosity.

Wed, 30 May 2012 15:34:42 UTC | #944527

Go to: The Center of all Things

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I love these videos. commence with the day dreams.

Wed, 23 May 2012 14:02:57 UTC | #943099

Go to: The spectre of militant secularism

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          [Comment 3](/articles/645357-the-spectre-of-militant-secularism/comments?page=1#comment_928606) by  [Jos Gibbons](/profiles/77231)          :

                 An article unnecessarily mentioned Richard Dawkins. You all know the rule, people; everyone take a drink.

Funny. My girlfriend and I do the same thing everytime Craig says "moral obligations and duties".

Mon, 19 Mar 2012 16:34:10 UTC | #928655

Go to: Wisconsin Public Radio - Interview with Sean Faircloth

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Well, NPR did call out that Alain Botton guy for advocating the idea of sustaining religious belief, even if it's untrue.

BTW, how come nobody is talking about this guy? He does the same old strawman against Hitchens and Dawkins "They think that every evil in the world is attributable to religion". Half-way through the interview Botton shows that he is not interested in the truth value of religious claims and teaching, by saying that he preferes for its evaluation to be ambiguous. When asked what non-believers need to borrow from religion; his first answer was "friendship". Since when was friendship monopolized by religion?

Thu, 15 Mar 2012 19:05:12 UTC | #927561