In a recent article in The Huffington Post, Andrew Schwartz writes about the strong rhetorical skills that atheists have. He asserts, “Today, atheists are armed with the answers Darwin gave and a modern metaphysics that allows them to confidently argue against religious rhetoric and comfortably say that there is no god.”
If dreadlocks have piqued your interest, a man in India has taken dreadlocks to the extreme with his own. The man, Sakal Dev Tuddu, is 63 years old and is from the Munger district, which is part of the state of Bihar.
A widely debated issue these days is the issue of same-sex marriage. People from all walks of life can easily be polarized when it comes to this controversial issue.
Sports betting is a very interesting and sometimes profitable occupation. The principle of bets is quite simple: the bookmaker offers you to bet according to a certain coefficient on the likely outcome of any event from the world of sports. The coefficient set by the bookmaker changes periodically. Stability of indicators depends on the opinion […]
This week on the Catholic Exchange Podcast, Michael is joined by two professors from the Honors College at Belmont Abbey College to discuss their unique program as well as the great books. Professors Joseph Wysocki and Joshua Hren talk about their exciting program at Belmont Abbey College and how the reading of great books can help us to engage […]
At long last, the United Methodist Church has posted detailed proposals from its emergency “Commission on a Way Forward” to address what it calls the “deepening impasse” over whether to approve actively gay clergy and same-sex weddings. Leaders of America’s second-largest Protestant denomination hope to end this 46-year conflict and avoid schism by uniting around one […]
Behold this recent “news” item: DALLAS, TX — Pastor Robert Jeffress, longtime supporter of President Donald Trump, has publicly accused Jesus of Nazareth of having “Trump Derangement Syndrome” after reading that the Christ condemned adultery in the Sermon on the Mount. A baffled Jeffress read Jesus’s words condemning not only adultery but looking at a woman […]
THE QUESTION: Are various religions good for individuals and for society even if, as skeptics contend, their beliefs are not really true? THE RELIGION GUY’S ANSWER: Time for a skepticism update. Never before in history has there been such a concerted effort to question the value of religious faith like we now see across the […]
If you’re scouting for a feature pegged to Judaism’s High Holy Days that begin at sundown Sept. 9, consider a high-end piece profiling what they used to call a “public intellectual,” now often thought to be a dying breed. The Religion Guy is thinking of Jewish philosopher Leon R. Kass and his recent book “Leading […]