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Sunday, October 23, 2011

This Sunday: Go elsewhere;P

Sorry, busy this week, so I'm not going to post anything but I'll send you to a few places that I thought were interesting:

Why Evolution is True has a great post about the difference between science and religion.

And since it's Halloween next weekend.... I think... here's an 'interesting' ie; scary site about spreading the Word of God to those heathens on October 31! It's a modern day version of Christians co opting holidays for their own nefarious purpose! It's the Winter Solstice all over again, the horror!

And finally the Bible Stories are 'real' because they are 'true'... or not real but true?! or something;P

Have fun, talk amongst yourselves, I'll chime in if I have time or need a break:)




David said...

October 31st was originally known as all Hallows Eve, the day before All Saints Day. Also it is known for Protestants as Reformation Day. The day when Martin Luther nail his theses to the church door.

Brett said...

Hi David,

Not quite, that stuff came later. it's origins are Roman or Celtic:

All Hallows Eve is a later name... or the earliest version of it's modern name.

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