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Surviving the Humanist Hurricane

nawlins72 Wrote: Sep 24, 2012 6:07 PM
"Under the Judeo-Christian tradition, God is the final authority. What God giveth, God taketh away. Under humanism, man – through government – is lord. What government giveth, government taketh away." BAHAHAHAHA!! So lets get this straight, Barber is claiming that under humanism government becomes God, all while arguing that his party must get back the reigns of government. Brilliant argument, numbskull. Government is good, when your party is in power, huh?
sjh58 Wrote: Sep 24, 2012 7:22 PM
Under the Judeo-Christian and Islam traditions, it is those who think they can interpret God's will that have the final authority, whether it is the Pope, the Ayatollah or a neighborhood minister. Power can be abused just as easily if not more so by the religious because they have such gullible followers.
ConcealedCarry Wrote: Sep 24, 2012 11:50 PM
nawlins, sometimes you make good points. The rest of the time it's clear you're just disagreeing with a writer merely because he opposes your "pet project," same-sex marriage (which isn't marriage at all - but you clearly can't grasp logic).

This is one of those "rest of the times."
nawlins72 Wrote: Sep 25, 2012 11:40 AM
Concealed, seeing that my post has NOTHING to do with homosexuality, your reply only confirms that you are obsessed with the issue. Seek help.

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November signifies nothing new. It’s a microcosm of a much greater struggle – one that predates mankind. These elections are about truth vs. lies; light vs. darkness; good vs. evil.

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On the one hand, we have the Judeo-Christian worldview. It is both informed by and fully acknowledges absolute...