This is my response on the blog.
an American industrialist, aviator, engineer, film
producer, director, philanthropist, and was
one of the wealthiest people in the world."
I have a lot of trouble trying to determine why Brian cannot see that HE has faith in atheistic articles and other tenets of his religion like man-made climate change, and therefore presents no evidence just opinions.
But on the other hand, I must ALWAYS prove my beliefs to him. Seems like a rather unfair way of discussion does it not?
On Sun, May 1, 2011 at 12:23 AM, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
This page was sent to you by:Message from sender: "My perception of "Reality.By Gregory Pauland Phil ZuckermanLong after blacks and Jews have made great strides, and even as homosexuals gain respect, acceptance and new rights, there is still a group that lots of Americans just don't like much: atheists. Those who don't believe in God are widely considered to be immoral, wicked and angry. They can't join the Boy Scouts. Atheist soldiers are rated potentially deficient when they do not score as sufficiently "spiritual" in military psychological evaluations. Surveys find that most Americans refuse or are reluctant to marry or vote for nontheists; in other words, nonbelievers are one minority still commonly denied in practical terms the right to assume office despite the constitutional ban on religious tests.