Posts Tagged ‘religion’

Analiese’s Reading 5/24

A possible end to the U.S. “war on drugs”; why, yes, the CIA may mislead Congress from time to time; sea-based U.S. missile defense; U.S. burning bibles; and concealed carry in national parks.

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Analiese’s Reading 5/23

Medical advance may give leg up; Pawlenty says no medical marijuana; birds carry grudges; anticipated Iraqi crop failures blamed on Turkey; contextualizing Gabriel García Márquez; and mental illness or the work of God?

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A Child’s Choice?

We don’t let thirteen-year-olds drink, vote or drive. We don’t even let them set their own bedtime on school nights. Why is anyone asking this child his opinion of decisions that will affect his health, much less his life expectancy?

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Losing Miller’s God

I remember reading Finding Darwin’s God awhile back. The first half of the book was an excellent defense of evolution and critique of creationism. The second half of the book was a poor defense of god belief. I remember thinking that if Miller had only applied the logic from the first half of his book to the second half, he would be an atheist.

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