On Mon, Sep 10, 2012 at 10:01 PM, Roger Clough <rclo...@verizon.net> wrote:
> Hi Stathis Papaioannou
> I believe that the real reason that atheists attack religion is
> that they fear its possible political power to condemn you and order your
> obedience. I think they have a somewhat reasonable case,
> so I advocate legal separation of church and state, although
> I don't personally see any harm in thanking God for anything
> or putting up a christmas display. My church is totally opposed
> to such strict separation, so we agree.
> A more dangerous case that I would support the athests
> in is against Sharia Law. Of course most muslims are
> not militants or terrorists, but those that are are
> dangerous and violent enemies of freeedom and democracy.
> Why ? I heard one fundamentalist muslim terrorist in
> interview say that Islam cannot survive without
> state support. So I welcome all atheist opoosition
> at least to Sharia.
Smoking causes cancer. Smokers may not like this, but it doesn't mean
it's not true.
God wants you to fly planes into building in his name. You may not
like this, but it doesn't mean it's not true.
My primary problem with religion is that it is not true. Whether a
matter of fact is true or not is independent of whether I like it.
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