TOTUS

I really don’t have time to be writing posts as our move is approaching very fast — but I simply CANNOT understand how anyone can support the current Tweeter Of The United States!

Instead of tweeting personal attacks on his phone, accusing the news media of “Fake News,” golfing every weekend, and/or holding ego-boosting rallies, he should be running this country! And this goes much further than signing documents, meeting with various dignitaries (at his golf courses, no less), and having phone conversations with individuals from other countries. OR … sitting at a table while his lackeys go around the room feeding his ego.

I am totally and completely amazed that people allow this clown to continue his circus. I know our ruling party has its drawbacks, but this is beyond comprehension!

Yes, I’ve heard there could be skullduggery below the surface, i.e., “promoting” Pence (which in itself is a disaster), but if this is the case, I have to ask … how much longer must we put up with this whining, self-absorbed, lying “leader”?

Distant Planets, Distant Gods

In a recent conversation with a neighbor, we were discussing the possibility of intelligent, human-like life on other habitable worlds in the universe and he posed these questions:

If people did live on these distant planets, do you think they would have a god? And if so, would it be the same god as the “earthly” Christian god?

I told him I supposed it could be possible but I thought it highly unlikely since they too would have to have a “history” book on their god that was identical to the one “earth people” claimed.

What do you think?

Reblog: On Biblical Standards and Natural Understanding

A superb outline of bible teachings and their place in today’s society.

A Humanist's perspective

The Bible is a volume of writings which were hand selected (and in some cases hand edited) by the early Roman Church in the 4th CE, and subsequently deemed as the exclusive and sacred word of God. About a thousand years later, these same writings were divided and organized into chapters, verses, and into a two fold division of an “Old” and a “New” Testament. The earlier major section of these writings reflects the personal, social, and religious values of a relatively isolated, desert people of an era of some two millenniums past; whereas the latter section reflects the ethical values of the Greco-Roman era of a slightly later time. The latter section likewise seems to serve as the subtext for a 2nd CE struggle between two general factions of the then recently conceived religious movement known as Christianity.

Each of the two major sections of the Bible center upon…

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