The lockdown, Evangelicals and the afterlife … a response to Steven Pinker
Via: Heartland American • 189 comments • 48 minutes ago
This article is right on regarding the topic it covers. Atheism is unsophisticated arrogance. People wanting to restart the economy are good people. There is an afterlife.
Jun 01 4:firstname.lastname@example.orgYou don't get to decide what is deemed essential either. I look at things more pragmatically (as opposed to going by mere "feeling"). And there is nothing "essential" about a church. And note, I...
Jun 01 2:email@example.comSinging & praying in a designated building is essential? There's nothing you can do at a church that can't be done in one's home.
Jun 01 6:firstname.lastname@example.org"..."
Oh theology will deliver on its promises. All you have to do is believe enough and wait until you die. After all, would theology lie?
Jun 01 1:email@example.com"..."
Because results can be observed, measured, and validated. Repeatedly if necessary too.
Organic Chemists, or any sound scientist/science minded individual.
Big-city Dems who had imposed strict coronavirus lockdowns now let George Floyd rioters flout rules
Via: Heartland American • 72 comments • 8 hours ago
I am really glad that Antifa is now a domestic terrorist organization, a designation that should have happened a long time ago. The news article is right to point out the hypocrisy of big city mayors and blue state governors regarding the Wuhan virus and pro re opening protesters and restart the economy types defying them and the current protests breaking all their rules. Where’s the grim...
Jun 01 2:firstname.lastname@example.orgThank you. It's official now, lol
Jun 01 1:email@example.comGee, you're too kind. But it's still noteworthy how you want evidence/proof of some claims, but not for others. Seems like quite the double standard.