Aron Ra Famous Quotes & Sayings

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13 Aron Ra Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Aron Ra Sayings: Faith doesn't move mountains, but people with faith - and shovels - will move mountains Faith doesn't move mountains, but people with faith - and shovels - will move mountains in order to defend their faith.
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Aron Ra Sayings: That's what drives science though: trying to find out the way things are, the way That's what drives science though: trying to find out the way things are, the way they were, and the way it really works. If that is your goal, then you want to make sure that your information is accurate, and if it's not, then it doesn't matter how much you liked that old urban legend or fictional factoid you once bought into. You will discard it, and be embarrassed by it, seeking instead for truth.
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Aron Ra Sayings: So before you can really know anything for sure, you either have to be God So before you can really know anything for sure, you either have to be God or you have to know God and have special revelation from God.
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Aron Ra Sayings: No god worthy of worship would be associated with such character flaws as vanity, jealousy, No god worthy of worship would be associated with such character flaws as vanity, jealousy, vengeance, or wrath. God should be above such deadly sins and would not be encumbered by them.
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Aron Ra Sayings: God can supposedly make everything humans can't make but he can't make anything humans can God can supposedly make everything humans can't make but he can't make anything humans can make.
Aron Ra Sayings: I would sooner damn myself to Hell than be forced to serve the insufferable despot I would sooner damn myself to Hell than be forced to serve the insufferable despot that the Bible portrayed God to be. In
Aron Ra Sayings: Being dead isn't scary, it's how you get dead. Being dead isn't scary, it's how you get dead.
Aron Ra Sayings: Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour's house, thou shalt not covet thy neighbour's wife, nor Thou shalt not covet thy neighbour's house, thou shalt not covet thy neighbour's wife, nor his manservant, nor his maidservant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor anything that is thy neighbour's." This is a thought crime. Not only is it in violation of the most basic of all American principles, it could also be argued that coveting thy neighbor's goods is the primary motivation behind our capitalist economy. There
Aron Ra Sayings: Religion demands complete conviction, but science advises against that. It demands understanding instead of belief, Religion demands complete conviction, but science advises against that. It demands understanding instead of belief, so it must be based on verifiable evidence; it must explain related observations with a measurable degree of accuracy; it must withstand continuous critical analysis in peer review; and it must be falsifiable too. If it doesn't fulfill all these conditions at once, then it isn't science. If it meets none of them, it could be religion.
Aron Ra Sayings: The First Amendment contradicts the First Commandment. The First Amendment contradicts the First Commandment.
Aron Ra Sayings: In a failed attempt to ease my concerns over that, a few emails came to In a failed attempt to ease my concerns over that, a few emails came to me explaining how some other members of the board were even less competent than McLeroy. For example, Vice Chairman David Bradley famously said, "This critical thinking stuff is gobbledygook. Students need to be able to jump to their own conclusions." Yes,
Aron Ra Sayings: Most reject the more repugnant or indefensible dogmas while still holding onto some core belief. Most reject the more repugnant or indefensible dogmas while still holding onto some core belief. Many believers will proudly describe themselves as "reasonable" or "rational" based on how little of their religion they still embrace versus how much they now reject. I think it's funny when people realize that the less you believe the more reasonable you are, but they stop before they reach the logical conclusion.
Aron Ra Sayings: If there really was one true god, it should be a singular composite of every If there really was one true god, it should be a singular composite of every religion's gods, an uber-galactic super-genius, and the ultimate entity of the entire cosmos. If a being of that magnitude ever wrote a book, then there would only be one such document; one book of God. It would be dominant everywhere in the world with no predecessors or parallels or alternatives in any language, because mere human authors couldn't possibly compete with it. And you wouldn't need faith to believe it, because it would be consistent with all evidence and demonstrably true, revealing profound morality and wisdom far beyond contemporary human capacity. It would invariably inspire a unity of common belief for every reader. If God wrote it, we could expect no less. But what we see instead is the very opposite of that.