And of what relevance is this personal rmark to the topic? what does it add to the discussion? Answer - nothing. It is more likelely to reflect adversely on you.Quote
You gish gallop (run from topic to topic) and butt in with a few red herrings. Anything to get in a few evangelical atheist tid bits.
translation: It's hard for you to keep subtly - or not so subtly! - encouraging people to have a 100% faith belief, even though this should make any objective scientist wince, when there are non-believers and sceptics to point out the glaring lacunas and the evasions required - by you, for instance, it seems.Quote
It's hard to help James analyze the Old Testament of the Bible without citing Christian sources.
You will not be having a free run while I'm alive, Ray. I want there in the future to be an increasing understanding and respect for the rational, scientific work done
which will greatly encourage a greater appreciation and respect for the evolution of animal brains, and the much more sophisticated human one;
which will enable more people to be kept in better health and where they do not at all spend time and money going to spirit mediums, or expect God and prayers to this mythical idea to do it;
I want to se a great lessening of the indoctrination of the young and acceptance by adults, of falsehoods being taught as true proven facts;
and where, finally, the majority of the world's population understand that religious beliefs are an integral part of history and need to be studied and understood as such but not one of them is based on any objective fact.