From Protestants to Pastafarians, from Mormons to Muslims, spirituality is as old as man, and so is discussing religion.
It's intrisic to the human condition to ask "why?"
I'm going to Carrefour to buy some mayonnaise and beetroot.
Do you ever listen to yourself? - maoman
How clever of you to take an orange and a dog biscuit and build a time machine. - Bunks
Some countries cultivate vast populations of idiots for the purpose of maintaining sham democracies. - Toad
Don't talk to me about naval tradition. It's nothing but rum, sodomy and the lash.
Sir Winston Churchill
Heathen filth, the lot of you.
Dr Kurt Langstrom
Perhaps this is what religion and science look like together:
http://georgianrecipes.net/2014/11/10/b ... ayonnaise/
Having said that, religion was good enough for Darwin and Einstein. Those boys weren't teaching English, you know.
EDIT: Having pondered it some more over a Duvel I've reached the conclusion that beetroot is religion and mayonnaise science.
Good grief. Mr Presley is toying with forces he does not understand. Mark my words, these are things man was not meant to eat in the same sandwich.
Religion, Politics, Science and Feminine hygiene sprays - these things are all best described as...Sausage.
You just really don't want to know what goes into them as they are being made.
(I added that last one just to round things out a bit)
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I don’t post political comments or articles to convince those who disagree with me,
I post them so that those who might agree with such positions will know they are not alone.
Some things are opinions and can be argued - some things are facts and cannot.
Proverbs, Chapter 16 verse 9 <--- When in doubt, remember this.
With the exception of science that might be true. As for science, I'm particularly interested in what goes into it.
“To cook for the pleasure of it, to devote a portion of our leisure to it, is to declare our independence from the corporations seeking to organize our every waking moment into yet another occasion for consumption." --Michael Pollan