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Their underlying argument is that a decline in belief in God is leading to a breakdown in society, and those responsible for this breakdown are The Australian's usual culprits: the 'Elites'.
by Ian Keese - 13/12/2017 - 15 comments
In many cases the Church was involved in defining these laws, especially on the continent with the rule of Christian Democratic parties, for instance in Germany and Italy.
by Peter Sellick - 5/12/2017 - 12 comments
Now, if it is correct that there is no God, then certain things logically follow: these things are so regardless of whether any particular atheist believes them or not.
by Graham Preston - 27/11/2017 - 49 comments
I hope that the 'Christians' who feel that their marriage has been trashed will stop trying to be holy and make an effort to love the human race a little better than they normally do.
by Everald Compton - 20/11/2017 - 28 comments
He may concede that the Judaeo/Christian tradition has been the basis of our civilization and he may applaud that, but it is not for him.
by Peter Sellick - 14/11/2017 - 32 comments
The atheists that Sheridan then goes on to abuse would be laughing because he gives them such an easy target.
by Peter Sellick - 2/11/2017 - 51 comments
I encourage you to consider arguments on both sides, make your own independent decision and not to give up your vote.
by An Anonymous Dad - 27/10/2017 - 41 comments
Religion is a man-made construct, and its flawed origins are rooted in the primitive recesses of our limbic brain - and distorted by our innate survival mechanisms.
by Brian Morris - 24/10/2017 - 38 comments
While it may seem rationally urgent to posit the existence of a being who set the planets in their orbits, this is not a concept to be found in the Hebrew Scriptures.
by Peter Sellick - 16/10/2017 - 15 comments
If a kindly Father God was looking down from above ready to intervene for his Son he must have turned aside so as not to see.
by Peter Sellick - 11/10/2017 - 151 comments
Calling the trinitarian entities 'persons' is obviously metaphorical since they are not persons as you and I are persons.
by Peter Sellick - 5/10/2017 - 89 comments
The Trinity is not an arithmetic impossibility but conforms to the way we experience and know and remember anything.
by Peter Sellick - 25/09/2017 - 2 comments

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