Richard Dawkins, the self appointed apologist in chief for atheism (contratheism specifically), makes few good points. Setting aside his logically self refuting ideology, atheism, he makes an excellent point: there is a need for intelligent TV editorial hosts. O’Reilly, akin to Dawkins, certainly is not much more than of average intelligence.
Intelligent Design no more belongs in a science class than does the patently illogical ‘evolution’ theory of spontaneous life from non-life (time is neither an efficient cause nor an effective cause). Both are metaphysical issues. If the topic is to be shared in socialist re-education centers then both theories must be presented. It provides a segue to reintroduce ethics and logic into the public school curriculum through the addition of a philosophy unit requirement.
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Penn is an atheist. Whatever? Not really. He’s a weak atheism zealot. Instead of self espoused tolerance (the right use of tolerance) his show routinely attacks ‘organized religion’, Christianity, and spews vile, baseless attacks against Catholicism.
Vilifying the minority nine out of ten Americans, the self avowed Christians of one denomination or another, Penn and Teller’s Bullshit wantonly discards potential market share which is not surprising as a hallmark of weak atheism, as opposed to ‘strong’ atheism, is less than stunning intelligence.
Atheism, rooted in subjective reality, is logically untenable: Atheism is self refuting.
Agnosticism, however, is not intellectually dishonest.
Cantankerous commentary on Christianity aside, Bullshit! is often an excellent libertarian commentary on much of the cancer afflicting society.
Penn, though, on Glenn Beck‘s 090717 demonstrated a firm grasp of the socialist mire in which we find ourselves in great part thanks to FDR.
Seth Wisely said: atheism apologetics is folly
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