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Talking with Pagans and Talking with Journalists

Lawrence29 Wrote: Feb 08, 2013 12:12 PM
Secularists want us to compartmentalize so they can then point out the hypocrisy of our lives and our actions. This is all intended to sting out of the hypocrisy of their own lives and actions, in which they call for freedoms of their own speech/beliefs while at the same time dictating the speech/beliefs of others. Liberals and Secularists can't abide their contradictions between what they know and believe is true, when other equally intelligent people fundamentally disagree with them. How can liberals and secularists be right if they can't get everyone else to agree to with them?
AZYaateeh Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 3:45 PM
So in other words, you want "freedom of worship", ONLY.

You know, like the Soviet Constitution.
Cepat2 Wrote: Feb 09, 2013 3:13 PM
...OR put it into practice in any meaningful way, or show any outward sign that their faith effects their behavior, or - in short - do anything that I consider a slight, offense, affront, or slightly irritating in my presence, sight, hearing, or proximity forever more.
Time for your nanny to take you back to your mummy for a nappy change and bottle.
Robert1824 Wrote: Feb 08, 2013 7:28 PM
Straw man alert ! Secularists(including yours truly) are NOT trying to "dictate the speech/belief of others. We are not opposed to Christianity per se or nay other religion .
We are merely trying to keep overzealous Christians or follower sof other faiths from getting the U.S. government to make unjust, unfair and unconstitutional laws which violate the rights and private lives of others who do not share their religious beliefs .
We don't care what religion people follow as long as they keep it to themselves .
Lawrence29 Wrote: Feb 08, 2013 12:13 PM
"This is intended to take the sting out of ", yeah I missed a word up there.

Sports Illustrated has come to my mailbox for nearly 40 years. I hope it comes for 40 more. But I also hope whomever is assigning the stories in the future begins to think more about the readers than their political and social agendas.

Super Bowl week featured a cover of a praying Ray Lewis rising from the water, and a cover story by New York Times’ religion columnist Mark Oppenheimer on Christians in the NFL. The story was enough to cause PJMedia writer Andrew Klavan to declare he would not renew his SI subscription, and most serious Christian...