Date of publication: 2017-08-26 14:03
Even French philosopher Jean-Paul Sartre loved comic books, Gantos says. "This is a pretty heavy thinker, but he said in his autobiography that he started off reading comic books as a child and that if it wasn't for comic books, he never would have stuck with books.
"The natural God of spinoza changed the mind of Einstein. When hubble confirmed that the universe was expanding and had a beginning at some point in the past. the same beginning Einstein tried to get rid of. He went from agnostic to deist a believer in an impersonal creator God." Care to provide a source for the piece of blantant nonsense? Why don't you read up on Einstein's cosmological constant before keyboarding any further ignorance?
" I'll never get over it until this injustice is solved and avenged. As surely as the Sun is not just a ball of gas, and an Apple fits perfectly in the hands of a Human, THIS WILL BE DONE."
You forgot to add, Death to the Infidels.
"i din,t mean that one needs to believe in the supernatural to be just believing in the supernatural/or even not to,are two diffrent things from actually experiencing experience with the supernatural is of little help to one who hasen,t or to one who just merely believes in a one on one deal."
Don't be upset. It almost feels like you're building some anti-Dawkins cult or something. Let's be frank here. You have problems with science, not Dawkins. Memes are probably your last concern.
u believe all
phenomena have naturalistic causes. Just because cause and effect
overwhelmingly operate in our universe, does this mean that supernatural
events never occur?:D
Religion it self is not evil or good by it's self it appears neutral.
It takes religion to make otherwise good and intelligent people to do evil things and make r*tarded decisions.
I find this position less than satisfactory. If the evidence is "scant," according to someone who supports error correction, then which way to turn is little more than a coin toss. If it has little or no effect, why would anyone want to do, as Ferris puts it, "time-consuming and mostly tedious" work? Ferris adds,
Watch a Buddhist monk immolate himself without expression of physical pain. Then it can be seen that even physical pain originates in the mind, and with proper concentration and habituation the sensation of physical pain can be altered.
Shankar found that spriting facilitated peer collaboration with elementary children throughout the revising and talking process unlike the one-time (or few times) collaboration of writing. In fact, the children showed a sophisticated sense of genre and language while spriting. It allows students who lack writing skills to develop their understanding of language, organization, and other genre skills crucial to formal education, and as Shankar states, "spriting can serve as a stepping stone to writing skills."
Maybe our bodies evolved to synchronize sleep with the day/night cycle of our planet's revolution around our star. Seems legit. Doesn't need a supernatural explanation.