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Atheists? Can Atheists Be Guilty Of Sin?

Is it possible to believe in both religion and science?

Can Atheists Be Guilty Be Guilty Of Sin   I just looked up "sin" in the dictionary and it says .. 1. A transgression of a religious or moral law, especially when deliberate. 2. Theology a. Deliberate disobedience to … Continue reading

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Lifestyles – Are People’s Lifestyles Now Better Than 50 Years Ago?

Have Lifestyles Gotten Better Or Worse? Let’s first look and some things about lifestyles that I’d say have definitely gotten worse. Children have far less chance of being raised by both parents. Teachers are now more often assaulted than … Continue reading

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Muslim, Christian, Communist? – Which is Obama?

Muslim, Christian, Communist? Which is Obama? Or is he a mixture of all three? Well the following quotes makes it seem quite likely that he’s a Muslim. “The future must not belong to those who slander the Prophet of … Continue reading

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Religion And Science – Can They Coexist?

Can A Person Believe in Both Religion And Science?   So much is known about the beginnings of our planet and how it developed, and most of it is very different from what all religions propound. So how is … Continue reading

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How Much Should Governments Be Involved In Family Planning?

Many groups now have more than five or six children whilst the average amongst many indigenous populations in the West is now around 1.3 children per family. The huge differences in the number of children being born to different … Continue reading

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Should Gay (Good As You) Couples Be Allowed To Adopt?

LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans-gender), same-sex, or gay (for short) adoption is the adoption of children by LGBT parents, either individually, or as a couple. Several States in the US allow gay couples to adopt and a few specifically … Continue reading

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