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  • ...stralian [[expatriate]] author, poet, critic, memoirist, travel writer and cultural commentator, though perhaps best known as a talk show host and television p ...irefly" and subsequent movie "Serenity" both of which dealt with religious arguments.<ref>Asked if there was a God, Whedon answered, "No." [http://www.avclub.co
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  • ... 30 seconds or whatever on the screen, and I will certainly disembowel its arguments here and in any print venue that wants me. That's going to be fun. ...f evolution as an actual science supported by verifiable facts and logical arguments and to start thinking of it as a dogmatic, atheistic ideology akin to Marxi
    67 KB (11,144 words) - 18:37, 2 January 2010
  • ...lity of the human condition, suggesting that solutions to human social and cultural problems cannot be parochial. [[Category:theological arguments]]
    7 KB (1,023 words) - 21:42, 19 December 2010
  • ...e talkorigins.org and answersingenesis.com, looking at various Creationist arguments and pairing them with those for evolution, but what I found over and over a ...e horrible atrocities of the Old Testament were just allegory, or myth, or cultural memories. Perhaps there was a god that had created the universe, and then l
    12 KB (2,116 words) - 16:40, 2 November 2007
  • ...hen they do, well, the result is something you save for future debates and arguments.'' ...us matters. In religious education we were asked to listen respectfully to arguments which, if they had been put forward in support of a view of, say, why the C
    12 KB (2,173 words) - 02:06, 24 November 2010
  • ...rposes of this case. And so the history of that book became important, the arguments it made became important. And we undertook to dissect these various aspects ...perspective in science," and "to see design theory permeate our religious, cultural, moral and political life."
    98 KB (16,725 words) - 06:58, 24 November 2007
  • ...generalizations and labeling people as being part of pre-demonized ethnic, cultural or social groups: liberals, illegal immigrants, "Socialists", blacks, Jews, ::Strawman arguments often [[One-dimensional thinking|paint the world in black and white]], also
    11 KB (1,757 words) - 20:53, 24 April 2010
  • ...ization that registers GSAs, are part of a vast, interconnected network of Cultural Marxist front groups known collectively as the New Left. For over forty yea *[[Common Theist Arguments]]
    64 KB (11,277 words) - 17:24, 2 April 2008
  • (4) Time to grow-up out of this `Harry Potter for adults' product of cultural imagination and tribal human invention. [[category:theological arguments]]
    47 KB (8,515 words) - 02:59, 27 July 2010
  • ...out whether life evolved, in order to convince the public, politicians and cultural leaders, that they should teach Intelligent Design alongside [[Evolution]] [[category:theological arguments]]
    3 KB (359 words) - 05:39, 21 February 2008
  • ...ased on a lot of very fine research, and fits in quite well with the socio-cultural settings of Hellenistic Jews. Since we do not have any copies of the Old Te [[category:historical arguments]]
    9 KB (1,433 words) - 23:06, 4 February 2008
  • ...Gospel of Thomas to the mid-second century, in which it fits well into the cultural milieu. Let me give you an example: Jesus is quoted as saying, 'Every woman Again, all the arguments in this chapter presume that one has already accepted the authority of the
    65 KB (11,280 words) - 01:32, 7 February 2008
  • ...e equally striking alternatives holds true in reality. Before I present my arguments; a few words about my terms and method: == List of Arguments ==
    15 KB (2,608 words) - 21:41, 19 December 2010
  • ...l), and Richard Dawkins (The Selfish Gene), Dennett explores religion as a cultural phenomenon governed by the processes of evolution and natural selection. Re [[category:theological arguments]]
    4 KB (585 words) - 17:19, 12 October 2009
  • ...ty. It is necessary for everybody to be familiar with religion, which is a cultural component of society among other things. ...rtility celebrations. In any case, atheists can differentiate between the cultural/ritualistic aspect of these celebrations and any specific paranormal belief
    30 KB (4,966 words) - 06:48, 20 November 2012
  • :Provides several arguments for the case against private school vouchers. ...n for humanist, atheist, rationalist, secularist, skeptic, laique, ethical cultural, freethought and similar organisations world-wide.
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  • ...very liberal Christian denominations, ranging from [[cultural Christianity|cultural Christians]] and [[Unitarianism|Unitarians]] through to promoters of the [[ ...eism]], but Christianity specifically. See [[Common Theist Arguments]] for arguments for and against theism.
    2 KB (333 words) - 04:15, 20 June 2009
  • ...oritative names, meaningless titles/qualifications, very badly constructed arguments, category errors, logical fallacies etc.. scientific seeming images that th ...inking, denying any effect of the complex mix of economic, ecological, and cultural interdependencies. The utter ignorance and egocentric hubris of their enthu
    59 KB (10,024 words) - 17:11, 12 November 2010
  • ...ines modern religions through the eyes of an evolutionist, using memetics (cultural evolution) to show why religions evolved to their current state. [[category:historical arguments]]
    4 KB (618 words) - 03:05, 15 January 2011
  • ===Cultural explanation=== ... scandal, it is no surprise that Boston, a seat of academic, political and cultural [[Modern liberalism in the United States|liberalism]] in America, lies at t
    60 KB (9,143 words) - 14:53, 13 December 2011

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