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2 of the most dangerous misconceptions about the Bible

2 of the most dangerous misconceptions about the Bible

Relatively Interesting June 29, 2012 44

For some, the Bible serves as a method to discern morality and immorality; a history lesson; and, in essence, a guide to “life” that is to be taken literally. To others, the bible is

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Creationist view of human origins in America

Creationist view of human origins in America

Relatively Interesting June 19, 2012 2

Source: LiveScience Despite new discoveries in biological and social science, there has been virtually no change in Americans’ views of the origin of the human species. According to a recent Gallup study, most Americans

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Genesis: Revisited (squeezing the round peg of science into the square hole of religion)

Genesis: Revisited (squeezing the round peg of science into the square hole of religion)

Relatively Interesting April 27, 2011 0

Many of us, Christian or not, are familiar with the story of Genesis. It tells us how the universe, our Earth and it’s inhabitants were created. It is similar to other Mesopotamian creation myths

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Questions for Theists, God, and Religion

Questions for Theists, God, and Religion

Relatively Interesting December 15, 2010 22

This is a list of questions for theists, believers, faith, God, and religion.  They apply to all religions, though you will note that they are more Christian-centric only because this is the religion I

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Should You Believe In God? A Look At Pascal’s Wager

Should You Believe In God? A Look At Pascal’s Wager

Relatively Interesting December 9, 2010 7

Do you believe in God? Should you believe in God? In the seventeenth century, the mathematician Blaise Pascal presented an argument for the belief in God, which is as follows: If you erroneously believe

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The Trolley Problem: A Thought Experiment That Tests Our Morality

The Trolley Problem: A Thought Experiment That Tests Our Morality

Relatively Interesting October 22, 2010 4

Consider the following scenario… It’s a beautiful day, and you’re walking along the trolley tracks. Suddenly, you hear calls for help and notice there are five people tied up on the tracks just ahead!

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