6 Replies to “The Very Latest on The Greatest Secular Myth of Our Time

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    Mung says:

    Actually, Barry, I do have to agree with DrREC.

    Obviously the secularists have adopted this stance as a means towards rapprochement with religious types.

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    Phaedros says:

    “Much of the potential harm from coal mining can be eliminated, for example, by requirements that land be restored to a condition that is at least as good as, and preferably better than, when the mining began.”

    Or instead of government leases, actually sell the land and enforce strict liability.

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    Phaedros says:

    “Obviously the secularists have adopted this stance as a means towards rapprochement with religious types.”

    DrRec posts two articles that show evangelicals and catholics joining in on the cause on the tail end of a fad and that shows it’s not a secular myth? B joins cause after A therefore A is attempting to have better relations with B? What?

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    ocbouvieri says:

    Something to think about:

    The next time you fill your gas tank with petrol, ask yourself “where did the last tank go?”

    It is a rather important question. That tank was filled with liquid, but now that liquid is gone and the tank needs refilling.

    So where did the former contents go?

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