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Tag Archive: Religion

Oct 28 2013

It’s A Sin

Being gay is a sin. We may think it’s laughable to think so but remember religion’s power comes through guilt. That any time you are having fun you are in fact damning your soul to eternal torment and that you are nothing but sinful. And this has a terrible effect on people.

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Oct 11 2013

Ostrich

There is an image of the ostrich born out of the cartoons we watched as kids. It’s the idea that it would bury it’s head in the sand at the first sign of any threat under the notion that if it cannot see the threat then there is no problem. But growing up I found …

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Jul 03 2013

Gift of Life

To me there is no greater gift than giving someone a chance at life which they wouldn’t have had. And one of the ways that anyone can do it is through organ donation.

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Jun 08 2013

Reddit Response – Cultural Imperialism

Some questions for all the supporters. This is a private Christian school, why is a teenager’s wishes being held higher than the rules that the school set forth? Why did the feather have to be ON the cap, as that was what was actually opposed to? Explain to me how a feather that was at …

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May 08 2013

Religion vs Prosperity

It’s easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than the rich to get to heaven. And partly that’s because there is a correlation between a lack of organised faith and affluence as indicated by Kazi Stastna.

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Apr 24 2013

Faith Healing and Never Learning

When you believe in something religiously, you are considered to have “faith”. I spoke about it earlier, the difference between a delusion and religion is merely what we believe in. A god due to it’s wide acceptance is considered “normal” rather than weird. The problem with a delusion is that evidence against the delusion is …

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Apr 23 2013

Hags of Lag – 700 Club

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Apr 01 2013

Death’s the Final Step

Dying is the last thing you will do with your life. We all are guaranteed to die, some earlier and in more tragic circumstances than others. Some go kicking and screaming and fighting to live, some of us die with acceptance and quickly. But the truth is we all die. Fear of death is natural, …

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Feb 19 2013

Ten Suggestions – What I Aspire To Be

Alain de Botton’s ten Virtues have raised an important point. See, I think the notion of a rigid virtue system is pointless because it creates a rigid notion of what makes a person “good” and when we know that’s not the case. You may have all these “virtues” but still be bad for the world. Having …

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Feb 01 2013

Angel Haze – Rape, Religion and Music

Just read this… Seriously just read this. (Trigger Warnings – Rape)