15th November 2008

“If creationism is to be taught in biology does that mean alchemy is back on the curriculum for chemistry?”


8 Responses to “15th November 2008”

  1. Bornagain A. Theist Says:

    That is an excellently phrased and cleverly thought out question.


  2. Gerard Says:

    Nice one.
    Can anyone remember the quote that was an athiests reply to a faith head , something along the lines of

    I dont pray in your church , so please dont think in my home.

    what is the correct quote ?

  3. antitheist Says:

    I don’t think in your church, so please don’t pray in my house!

  4. Chris Says:

    I think the quote is from Dawkins.

  5. Baron von Knifty Says:

    change “house” for “school.”

  6. John Sutton Says:

    I never pray. It is a humiliating, degrading habit. The very thought of it disgusts me – so if you must do it, do it in private.

    How about allowing scientists explain evolutionary theory in church.
    OK, so its a dumb idea – like teaching pigs aerodynamics. It would be beyond their experience and understanding.

  7. Antitheist Says:

    I’ve used that line whenever relatives or friends insist on praying over their food and thanking god for the “bounty” in MY HOUSE. I was the benefactor in that case and if they feel gratitude, they should thank me for the “bounty which they were served, amen!” not the invisible man in the sky who never worked for the money, shopped, cooked, served, etc…

    My religious friends and family have learned to pray before they reach the house so when we dig in, they won’t feel guilty. I’m also a lot better off financially then my friends and family and sometimes wonder aloud, why god has seen fit to bless an atheist, who does not pray for anything, with such great abundance. Personally, I think it’s because he is an atheist like me and we atheists have to stick together.

    “Thank God I’m an atheist” 🙂

  8. Bornagain A. Theist Says:

    Mr. Sutton is not the only “John” who would agree to “pray in private”. Hell, it’s a new testament teaching, for christ’s sake. On the other hand, we sadly have no “holy book” of science……oh, wait…