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Claims Of Omniscience Confuse Ignorance With Knowing It All

The only way of testing claims that the Christian god knows everything would be through the comparison of the god’s range of knowledge with the range of knowledge of another sentient being already known to be omniscient. However, even if we could find such a being, the test would unravel into immediately infinite absurdity.

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Congress, A Compassionate God, and Foreign Poverty

If Clete Kiley really believes that his deity is wise, then why would he question his deity’s act of delivery of special wealth to the United States, while keeping other nations poor? Is Kiley asking Congress to overrule the Christian deity’s work, or just to clean up the mess that deity made?

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Daniel P. Coughlin Is The Establishment of Religion in Congress

The office of the Chaplain of the United States House of Representatives is not merely a position of government-established religion. It appears to be particularly a Christian position. There has never been a non-Christian religious official who has held the position of House Chaplain. Women may be interested to know that a woman has never served in the position.

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Cafeteria Christianity

The choice between the authoritarian meal and the meal of free conscience was represented in my experience of different churches as I went walking through London last week.

Psst... what kind of person doesn't support pacifism?