These guys just don’t give up. This will end badly for them.

SALT LAKE CITY — In a “friend of the court” brief, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints joined a number of other religions to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to rule against same-sex marriag…

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  1. I agree, Kristin – the Mormons I know are also all nice, but yeah, to believe what they believe makes them bereft of all critical thinking skills…

  2. Ed Tuthill: “Likewise plenty of Christians believe that Jesus literally multiplied bread and fish, and literally walked on water.” – yep, instead of simply being a parable dealing with the values of sharing. I always saw it rather as a demonstration of jesus demonstrating by example, the sharing of food that he had, and everyone in the crowd doing the same and mirroring him. Which is, incidentally, what crowds tend to do.

    Nothing new, no magic – except, of course, to the religious — when it MUST have been magical multiplying of food stuffs.

  3. Yes, Jakub, but he believes that there was an actual flying horse, and stupidly asks “can you prove that wasn’t the case” (demanding proving a negative).

    The problem I have with people like Dawkins, that they willingly give an apologist what he wants to hear, by declaring “No, of course I can’t prove that it didn’t happen”.

    Bullshit – of course you CAN prove that it didn’t happen, using the EXACT SAME ‘methodology of proof’ that the religious person uses to ‘prove’ their side.

    What’s that, you say? “Because I said so”, of course.

    If they disagree about it being sufficient, just have them provide proof for their version of their story. If they can’t (which they can’t), the THAT is your proof that you are 100% correct.


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