It talks about how more scholars within the theology community are acknowledging a disbelief that Adam and Eve were literally the first two human beings on earth given the vast evidence to the contrary within the Human Genome Project. Genetically, humans cannot all be related to two individual people; the scholars concede. Continue reading
Monthly Archives: August 2011
I read an interesting piece on the CNN Belief Blog today about Atheism and Alcoholic’s Anonymous written by Marya Hornbacher. She does give the AA program credit for helping her attain sobriety, but she also sites that the way in which religious principles influence the organization:
But if you are of an atheistic or strongly agnostic mindset, chances are you’ll walk into a meeting, see the steps hanging on the wall and want to scream, laugh or walk back out.
Penn Jillette: famous magician, outspoken libertarian, well known skeptic, ardent atheist.
Last week, Jillette’s new book “God, No. Signs you may already be an atheist and other magical tales” was released. I am a big fan of Mr. Jillette and was interested to see his new book. Continue reading
Note: this post discusses what I see as a logical paradox in the current debate about abortion as a means of gender selection. Pro-choice advocates who are of a utilitarian persuasion may disagree. This is more aimed towards pro choice libertarians. Full disclosure: I am personally pro life.
Money, yacht parties, VIP rooms, prostitutes. I first thought that the reporters had gotten a copy of Charlie Sheen’s bank statement, but these are allegations of benefits received by football players in the University of Miami football program from 2002 until 2010.