Monthly Archives: October 2010

Religion and Politics

These are the strangest of bed fellows. This is not a recent trend, but it is still one I can’t stand. It has become even more prevalent in the states due mainly to the Cordoba Islamic Centre in New York … Continue reading

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Does Scalia even read his speeches beforehand?

This article about Scalia is full of contradictions and oddities. It begins with the following: Scalia outlined a long list of Christian beliefs that he said are greeted with derision by the worldly — dogmas including Christ’s divinity, the virgin … Continue reading

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Is the Catholic Church so desperate for members they’re willing to claim fictional characters as members? Apparently so. I wonder if they glazed communion wafer.

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The Hypothetical World and the Catholic Church

Tim Moyle has the latest anti-abortion screed over at Holy Post. It’s an exemplar of the Catholic Church’s way of thinking. Take a position and never change your mind no matter what new information comes to light, or apologize 400 … Continue reading

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Stupid Questions

And don’t tell me they don’t exist; This isn’t kindergarten. A few blogs I read wrote about the importance of asking the questions. The art of asking questions is an important tool in learning new information. However, there has always … Continue reading

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Where’s Muhammad?

Today’s Non Sequitur is banned because Muhammad doesn’t appear: On a side note: I’ve been busy with thesis work and a little sick, hopefully I’ll get back to regular posting by tomorrow or Tuesday.

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