1) Take any of your political stances... if you were presented with simple, indisputable facts that showed that your viewpoint was incorrect, would you change?
2) Can you look at your beliefs and be willing to change them, or do you determine what is right and what is wrong by whether or not it comes from someone with a (D) or an (R)?
3) Have you ever caught yourself being more interested in being right than what the truth is?
1 - I hope so, I have changed a lot over the last decade. I was raised very conservative, and now I am much more moderate. Sometimes it is painful to change long-held beliefs.
2 - I tend to not comment on stupid things R's say, or stupid things they do, because I'm ashamed of them... not because I think they are always right and D's are always wrong. I usually agree more with D's on social issues, and R's on economic issues, but not always.
3 - Yes, and i always feel bad about it.
by Kathryn L Hill 4 years ago
...furthermore, He is behind the logical aspect of the world. In other words, He invented logic! We merely discovered / uncovered it!
by ngureco 10 months ago
Explain the difference between Miracles and Magic?If you were to drop from another planet to find a magician crutching razors into needles and Jesus feeding 5000 with five loaves of bread and two fish, whom would you think has more powers, and why?
by David Bowman 8 years ago
Warning: This thread is intended as a serious discussion for those interested in philosophy. Posts that attempt to proselytize or derail the discussion with an unrelated subject matter will not receive a response from me. Now to the topic of this thread: Theists claim that the complexity and order...
by Debby Bruck 6 years ago
I was not sure whether to post this under political or health care issues because the widespread ramifications of smoking reach from the individual's needs and rights to the laws of the land here and abroad. The issue of pro's and con's regarding smoking laws can be supported by research on...
by Cathy I 13 months ago
Is there a difference between true faith and blind faith?I think true faith comes from prayer and reflection and meditation, while blind faith is believing in an individual rather than in the Word...eg: The May 21, end of the world forecast.
by LINEOFPROGRESSION 8 years ago
Believers of a god: What (if anything), would lead you to stop believing?Non-believers: What (if anything), could convert you to belief in a god?
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