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Q&A screening this Saturday in Kirkland, WA
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Want to see “Hellbound?” in your local bookstore?
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“Hellbound?” to screen in Regina, SK tonight and tomorrow
July 26th, 2012 @ 6:30 am by Kevin
This is a comment that came in last night on my Huffington Post piece. If you’re a Christian, how would you respond to this?
Nice article however it is starting from a premise that has not one tiny bit of demonstrable evidence to prove its validity. Namely that there is a god and that anyone has any idea what this god wants. I am always amazed by the fact that if I ask a dozen different Christians what Christianity is I will get a dozen different opinions. And opinion is all they have. And herein lays the problem. Reality is not only demonstrable; the demonstrations of it are repeatable. There are no differences of opinion on what Ohms Law is and how it describes electrical phenomena. No one argues about the validity of the theory of gravity and how it applies to our daily lives. Calculus has no “reformed movement.” The religious however are constantly arguing, dividing, and killing each other over non demonstrable ideas. Perhaps we should be looking for moral guidance some place other than the writings of Bronze Age goat herders whose interpretations are subject to the prejudices of the reader.