Re: generalized groups /Re: [atheists-8] Christian Fundamentalism & The Current State of the Union?

From: Chris
Sent on: Friday, October 24, 2008 12:44 AM
Quoting Joy <[address removed]>:
> No woman would have a personal interest in penile implants;

It's conceivable that somewhere, somehow, there is probably at least  
one woman (perhaps an FTM transsexual) with an interest in penile  

> a gay woman is not going to steal your husband;

Ahh, attraction is a complicated in and of itself.  Perhaps she  
thought she was gay, but until hitherto hadn't been around a guy she  
felt attracted to?

> a black person wouldn't be interested in self-tanning lotion;

I can imagine that a black person suffering from vitiligo probably  
doesn't enjoy losing their pigmentation.  If self-tanning lotion  
helped (probably wouldn't), I can imagine that somebody might be  
interested in it.

> no Christian (unless they're on their way to atheism) would want to  
> look at religion from the  outside, how some of the power-mad humans
> figured out the way to  wield such power over most other humans...

Some liberal christians de-literalize the bible and apply strong  
analytical criticism to the historical roots of judeo-christianity,  
yet still self-identify as christians.  Go figure.

I guess the point I'm trying to make is to agree that to any general  
"rule" of human behavior, there are countless exceptions - were are  
quite complex.


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