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#3560 - **croski rolled image ** 06/05/2014 on What you got arrested for 0
#598 - The More We Get Together in my ass... 06/04/2014 on Add "in my ass" 0
#105 - No more... 06/04/2014 on No homo +1
#1687 - **croski rolls 4,303** 05/31/2014 on Funnyjunk RP Giveaway! 0
#9 - My first thought when I read the first paragraph...  [+] (3 new replies) 05/16/2014 on Sarah story 1 +35
User avatar #15 - honkan (05/16/2014) [-]
I thought he was just sexist, until I realized that was her occupation.
User avatar #13 - AlexPaincakes (05/16/2014) [-]
Same. Lol
User avatar #10 - ezombio (05/16/2014) [-]
I thought it was a negro.
#3 - Croatia agrees.  [+] (1 new reply) 05/16/2014 on So you wanna grow a beard? +8
#12 - sanbonzakura (05/16/2014) [-]
bitch please
#23 - And they dragged Alaska into it as well... 05/07/2014 on Damn... 0
#483 - You don't find that the term "biblical values" has u… 05/02/2014 on that last panel… 0
#482 - He is an executive body, so there is a so to say legislative b…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/02/2014 on that last panel… 0
User avatar #493 - nuclearcomedy (05/02/2014) [-]
Biblical values does not have universal meaning. Muslims will draw huge divides and explain why.

My problem with someone's decision being influenced purely by religion is the fact that they draw their facts from such a religion, there is no logic or any educated thought put into their decision.

Some Muslim communities will marry off children at the age of six, this is a religious and societal norm to them.

Europeans have a vastly different religious norm to the Americans, believing that all evidence needs to be accounted for whether it's agreed upon by one's religion or not.

When people hear the term biblical values that could mean any number of things, sadly, a lot of it will be negative stemming from history. Secularism is an idea of keeping the church at bay, back when the Age of Enlightenment became a big thing, and the idea stemmed from the fact that the pope, and various church officials were corrupt or just sore losers. That's why secularism exists, to keep the Church from growing too big, becoming corrupt, and ruling with an iron fist.



I don't care if someone is religious, however, I'll be damned before someone tells me it's the good for everyone just because their religion says so.

Everyone has a bias, and those who pertain to a certain religion have some of the bigger bias. Not blaming them, it's just an evolutionary process to help those with whom we agree the most with on whatever personal level.

Going back to the Muslim argument, if a Muslim becomes Senator, and decides, his religion told him to ban pork because it is a dirty animal and shouldn't be eaten in America, would you really believe he's thinking with rational thought? His guide is his religion, which believes (like all other religions) that we should convert one another, some do it in whatever ways possible (and I'm not willing to test out which religions do, which religions don't)
#229 - First of all, I'm not a creationist, but am religious. …  [+] (6 new replies) 05/01/2014 on that last panel… 0
User avatar #262 - tkfourtwoone (05/01/2014) [-]
I think that any University, in any modern state, is a neutral ground as far as religious and political convictions are concerned. Therefore, religious dogmas shouldn't be anywhere near that shrine of scholarship.
User avatar #483 - croski (05/02/2014) [-]
You don't find that the term "biblical values" has universal meaning?
#243 - anonymous (05/01/2014) [-]
Religion has no place in education not specifically aimed at religious studies.
User avatar #235 - nuclearcomedy (05/01/2014) [-]
I'm not sure what power extends to the head of a university. Does he have any power in terms of putting out rules? Can he enforce such a rule?

Secular is about separation of Church and State, and keeping them separate. When laws and the such are being influenced purely by a senators church/religious belief, such as the anti-abortion laws, we could argue semantics all day about it, but the primary reason it exists still to this day is a persons firmly held belief that abortion is against their religion. It's using your religion and nothing else to form an opinion.

Which is a wrong thing to do. The only time when this is acceptable is when it comes to you spiritually as a person.

If this head of University has a large margin of authority, I can see how people are mad. If he doesn't, well, that's just another documented case of our pussification as a society, it's like parents who get mad that their kid can't bring a My Little Pony back pack to school and then get bullied.
It always ends with the school saying "We can't decide how kids behave" and the parents either sue or make such a large outcry that they make the school cave in.

If on the other hand he really doesn't have any power, then the people outcrying are assholes plain and simple for a man just stating his opinion.
User avatar #482 - croski (05/02/2014) [-]
He is an executive body, so there is a so to say legislative body. But that is not the point...

Firstly, so called "biblical values" are mostly moral norms that are accepted as universal, not only tied to Christians or theists.
Also, Universities in Europe were founded and helped by the Church. It is true that they are now separated, as they should be, however, a simple call to go back to the roots is also hard to imagine without thinking about that ancient connection.


What I want to say is this:
People as believers are influenced in their actions by their religion and faith. When it comes to making decisions, this religion is one of the factors that guide them. It happens in certain cases that their opinions and decisions are directly connected to their religion. I don't see how that is wrong. Why? Because they believe that this solution is the best for everyone, theists or atheists. They have a reason to thinks so. If it is a controversial opinion/decision there sure will be a debate about it and it will hopefully be resolved in a democratic way.
You can't say that only theists oppose abortion or gay marriages and vice versa.

To me, "secularism" is the separation between the Church and the State in a way that the Church doesn't have a say in State affairs (vice versa is implied), e.g. that Church officials cannot meddle with laws and executive decisions.
But, if it is a layman and he is doing it because of his conscience, I don't see a problem.
User avatar #493 - nuclearcomedy (05/02/2014) [-]
Biblical values does not have universal meaning. Muslims will draw huge divides and explain why.

My problem with someone's decision being influenced purely by religion is the fact that they draw their facts from such a religion, there is no logic or any educated thought put into their decision.

Some Muslim communities will marry off children at the age of six, this is a religious and societal norm to them.

Europeans have a vastly different religious norm to the Americans, believing that all evidence needs to be accounted for whether it's agreed upon by one's religion or not.

When people hear the term biblical values that could mean any number of things, sadly, a lot of it will be negative stemming from history. Secularism is an idea of keeping the church at bay, back when the Age of Enlightenment became a big thing, and the idea stemmed from the fact that the pope, and various church officials were corrupt or just sore losers. That's why secularism exists, to keep the Church from growing too big, becoming corrupt, and ruling with an iron fist.



I don't care if someone is religious, however, I'll be damned before someone tells me it's the good for everyone just because their religion says so.

Everyone has a bias, and those who pertain to a certain religion have some of the bigger bias. Not blaming them, it's just an evolutionary process to help those with whom we agree the most with on whatever personal level.

Going back to the Muslim argument, if a Muslim becomes Senator, and decides, his religion told him to ban pork because it is a dirty animal and shouldn't be eaten in America, would you really believe he's thinking with rational thought? His guide is his religion, which believes (like all other religions) that we should convert one another, some do it in whatever ways possible (and I'm not willing to test out which religions do, which religions don't)

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User avatar #1 - revengeforfreeze (02/05/2014) [-]
I miss croatia

i go there sometimes in the summer
User avatar #2 to #1 - croski (02/06/2014) [-]
Where are you from?
User avatar #3 to #2 - revengeforfreeze (02/06/2014) [-]
sweden
User avatar #4 to #3 - croski (02/06/2014) [-]
Where do you stay in the summers?
User avatar #5 to #4 - revengeforfreeze (02/06/2014) [-]
ive been to brela, dubrovnic. uhm

more places probably but i forgot their names. ive been there like 5 or 6 times
User avatar #6 to #5 - croski (02/06/2014) [-]
Nice dude, I can only hope to visit Sweden one day... Have you ever been to Zagreb?
User avatar #7 to #6 - revengeforfreeze (02/06/2014) [-]
ah, yes, I've been to zagreb. lived there for like one day, btw, last summer i was in croatia
User avatar #8 to #7 - croski (02/06/2014) [-]
If you ever come again, I like to bore people to death with history and fun facts in Zagreb
User avatar #9 to #8 - revengeforfreeze (02/06/2014) [-]
Hahahhah

I like history as long as it doesn't become a ''history class'' ;)

I'm trying to rememer some more names but eh...
User avatar #10 to #9 - croski (02/06/2014) [-]
You probably spent most of the time on the shore. So I'll try to guess: Šibenik / Zadar / Split / Rijeka / Rovinj / Pula. Does it ring any bells?
User avatar #11 to #10 - revengeforfreeze (02/06/2014) [-]
Rovinj, yes.
Rijeka I THINK, but I'm not too sure..

Then there was this other city with a port
User avatar #12 to #11 - croski (02/06/2014) [-]
Rijeka has a relatively big port, and so does Split.

I hope you enjoyed it, there is some beautiful stuff to see here.
User avatar #13 to #12 - revengeforfreeze (02/06/2014) [-]
I think I've only been through split, but I have probably been in Rijeka.

I did, lots, especially the nature and the food!

If you visit Sweden, make sure to visit both a big city and a pitoresque small city.

it can be anything from a place like stockholm to malmö if you want a big place
And small city can be osmething like.. staffanstorp or a little bit bigger still small and empty like eslöv, pretty nice places actually
User avatar #14 to #13 - croski (02/06/2014) [-]
Come to think of it, I was considering Sweden for ERASMUS program, so maybe I will visit.

And if you've planed to come again to Croatia I suggest you island of Vis, a small town called Komiža.
User avatar #15 to #14 - revengeforfreeze (02/06/2014) [-]
Interesting.

Probably some day, yeah, and okay thanks : )
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