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Monthly Archive: October 2010

Oct 17 2010

Suicidal? Have some Jesus!

Consider it a kind of litmus test: How do you react to a highly visible outbreak of suicide among teenagers, which is almost directly linked to anti-gay bullying? Perhaps with sympathy? Understanding? The recognition that this might just be a serious problem that needs to be addressed? The realization that something should be done about …

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Oct 06 2010

Religion is insane. Insane.

From USA Today comes this remarkable question: “‘Test tube babies’: God’s work or human error?” Elaborating, they ask: “Do you think a baby conceived in test tube is still a child in the eyes of God?” As always, it’s interesting to see how neatly nontheism collapses questions like these. They are not “God’s work”, nor …

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Oct 02 2010

WHAT? TWENTY THOUSAND!?

I’m subscribed to the American Family Association’s mailing list, since I like to keep track of what they’re up to – I suspect many people are subscribed for the same reason. Today, they sent yet another riveting missive: “An unusual request from American Family Association”. My immediate impression was, wait a minute, everything they do …

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