the bible and logic. I've never posted anything "serious" or thought provoking to FJ, I'm kind of curious as to how it will blow over. Probably not we
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the bible and logic

I've never posted anything "serious" or thought provoking to FJ, I'm kind of curious as to how it will blow over. Probably not well, but what the hell. There's a certain humor to it I guess, at least in the logic behind adhering to a "way of life" derived so long ago, and the unwillingness to let it grow or adapt.

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This idea is aim applicable in any document by which we he cur livres, even the constitution
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#1 - hipsophobadon (05/21/2013) [+] (16 replies)
It would benefit society to eradicate inferior gene pools instead of letting them thrive through advances in medical science.
#23 - anonymous (05/22/2013) [+] (2 replies)
your point is clear but this channel is normally for anti-theistic garbage. mostly quotes with space backgrounds.
#36 - yunonomynameeh (05/22/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Why am I not surprised to find those who engaged me in thoughtful conversation over this still awake at 5am? noblexfenrir & teranin

I think I read somewhere that those with higher IQs are far more likely to be night owls than most.
User avatar #29 - kuchikirukia (05/22/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Why the heck does this mention the Bible? Seriously, read the 613 mitzvot

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/613_Mitzvot.

The list is pretty laughable. It's mostly irrelevant religious behavior and superstition. And the few actually meaningful laws don't give a framework of how to enforce them.

The Code of Hammurabi is far more relevant.
User avatar #28 - thecomkiller (05/22/2013) [+] (1 reply)
and that is why the constitution has parts in it saying how to change it
User avatar #31 to #28 - yunonomynameeh (05/22/2013) [-]
I can think of a few republicans that would literally consider that statement to be sacrilege. Personally, I think the constitution was a great document, but in many ways, it was written for an entirely different country.
User avatar #22 - noblexfenrir (05/21/2013) [+] (5 replies)
I'm not quite sure what you're trying to get from this post. Basically to continue acting as society always has? Which I must ask what is the point of simply re-explaining a concept that we already adhere to and developed throughout history.
#10 - teranin ONLINE (05/21/2013) [+] (5 replies)
Morality is subjective, and as such, imposing a forced objective morality on those who do not agree with it is an autocratic move to strip freedom.  That being said, much of the western world has agreed already to many things that it would consider to be non-subjectively moral, and most western countries do adhere to that morality (and break it from time to time as it suits them).  I'm wondering what party this post is directed at?  If it's Islam, good luck.  If it's western society, you should probably take a sociology course or two because you've missed something.  If it's China... again, good luck.
Morality is subjective, and as such, imposing a forced objective morality on those who do not agree with it is an autocratic move to strip freedom. That being said, much of the western world has agreed already to many things that it would consider to be non-subjectively moral, and most western countries do adhere to that morality (and break it from time to time as it suits them). I'm wondering what party this post is directed at? If it's Islam, good luck. If it's western society, you should probably take a sociology course or two because you've missed something. If it's China... again, good luck.
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