We went out on Friday and over beers at The Satellite Lounge, we got onto the subjects of:
Atheism and Agnosticism
(For Tabitha) Universalist Unitarians
Ontology and the nature of evil
Advanced fellatio techniques (for tha ladies)
Sustainability (for next time)
Two political websites:
Extra credit on Paul Tilich: Tillich, the great 20th century theologian. His theology does away with God as a being and focuses on God as Being itself. ... His perspective is that you don't prove God or disprove God. Rather, as a symbol for the ground of all being, it either becomes less useful or more useful to you. ... I don't think that the god debate is going to accomplish much because it strikes me as rather pedantic. Religion as a form of living is still viable for billions of persons. The question is can the religious pluralists (whom have always existed though in the margins of history) rise up to leadership in those faith communities? Furthermore, can nonbeliever pluralists rise up and gain the leadership in their discourse?