|Irony? Isn't that when OTHER people say things that are contradict their own points?|
Yes Reverend, but I think that where we disagree is that it is ALL superstitious. As soon as an attempt to describe the forces that created the universe stops being superstitious, it becomes SCIENCE.
Billy the Bookworm says that "Superstition" is a belief or notion, not based on reason or knowledge, in or of the ominous significance of a particular thing, circumstance, ocurance, proceeding, or the like. (1)
Anything that is perported intellectually without reasonably objective supporting evidence is, by definition, superstition.
Sorry Reverend but your religion is no more or less superstitious than those who believe that a spaceship is coming to gather up the chosen from behind a meteor....
.....on second thought, I have changed my mind. It IS more superstitious than that, because at least THAT claim can be verified or debunked with the proper tools.
What Christianity provides is the ultimate superstitious snow job.
All the answers, but none of the explanations.
Believe in the Word contained in the Bible. How do you know that word is true?
|It says so on page 421|
.....maybe YOU can.
And that my friends, is irony.
Rev Kevin Flynn is an Anglican priest and director of the Anglican studies program at Saint Paul University.
1- Superstition definition found at Dictionary.com