Neither Confucius nor Einstein teach religion
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On Aug 26, 2012, at 3:39 PM, Michael <[address removed]> wrote:
On 8/26/2012 2:50 PM, Neal Gallagher
I don't subscribe to the view that all opinions are
For example, people who believe that a being, outside of
the natural world, who intercedes in our affairs, do indeed
deny the basis of science. I don't respect that.
These same people often voice hate towards others, be
they homosexuals, or people who practice birth control.
People who base their world view on the writings of Bronx
age nomadic sheep herders do not deserve my time or
I guess I am a militant
atheist - LOL
So rendering the views of billions as useless and intolerable is a
wise move and the greatest minds in history from Confucius to
Einstein should be ignored?
Your opinion is a teaching moment!
I value all....even yours!
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