Posts Tagged ‘Christianity’

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A smarmy atheist video on logic and philosophy…

 

There’s a lot of jargon and specialized language employed, and so it is somewhat instructive.

Atheists have blind spots as well and an irrational militancy lately that likens them to the preachers they target.  In this case it’s evident that the guy favors a false dichotomy, either the Christian myth or his beloved atheism.  This is a false choice, clearly, as one can be agnostic: and admit they don’t know what the status of God is.

This, to me, is the only truly honest position.  There is much in the universe we do not know, and this sophomoric blustering approach employed by the beret-wearing atheistas is more about ego than truth in my opinion.  It’s fun to smack down religious lunatics, I suppose, but don’t become the evil you purport to vanquish.

  • Agnosticism is the view that the truth values of certain claims—especially claims about the existence or non-existence of any deity, as well as other religious and metaphysical claims—are unknown or unknowable.
    -Wikipedia

“He who believes he knows what he does not know is sick in mind.”
-Zen Buddhist Proverb

 

The most influential and arguably the most important emperor of Rome. Was Christianity a convenient weapon for one man’s megalomaniacal lust for power? The BBC has reenacted the reign of Constantine to a pretty well documented account that is fascinating and thought provoking. It’s in 8 parts on youtube.

Ancient Rome The Rise And Fall Of An Empire: Constantine
part 1

remaining parts

This is utterly mind blowing, and is sure to disturb not just a few people. If you are curious as to the controversy surrounding the Dead Sea Scrolls, and the origins of the great religions, then by all means watch this very long, very wordy documentary.

From the Youtube page:

The Pharmacratic Inquisition
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