Notre Dame graduate, attorney, author of Attack of the Theocrats! How the Religious Right Harms Us All — and What We Can Do About It, and Director of Strategy & Policy for the Richard Dawkins Foundation for Reason & Science, Sean Faircloth discusses whether religion justify bullying children.
While I agree completely with this graffiti that was found by a Redditor in Amsterdam, I feel the need to say that I once was the burning bush. Well, had a burning bush, terrible accident with lighter fluid, whiskey and a fire lighter. I still get the shivers thinking about it… Where are my meds?
A quote from the end of a speech given at Reason Rally by Mythbuster Adam Savage. Iam still amazed me, but sadly fails to surprise me to so few people ever come to this conclusion on their own.
I have concluded through careful empirical analysis and much thought that somebody is looking out for me, keeping track of what I think about things, forgiving me when I do less than I ought. Giving me strength to shoot for more than I think I’m capable of. I believe they know everything that I do and think, and they still love me, and I’ve concluded, after careful consideration, that this person keeping score is me.
It’s just a shame they couldn’t have made the text on this awesome flyer a little bigger so people could see it without having to come close to the church sign.
I came across this image admonishing Tim Tebow, and those who indulge in public “for show” displays of praying, and while that’s an interesting enough discussion in it’s own right, the real gem that got my cobwebbed brain working was in the comment thread: