Yesterday I embedded the wrong video in the Four Horsemen post. I meant to embed one of an exchange between Neil DeGrass Tyson and Sam Harris. Instead I mistakenly embedded a similar one, from the same conference, which ends with Dawkins using a vulgar explicative. I apologize if anyone was offended by my mistake. (We try to keep our content at or below PG-13).
If you are interested, I changed the video and the one that is there now makes much more sense within the context of the rest of the article.
P.S.: As a token of my appreciation to our readers (perhaps an olive branch if needed — JK), I leave you with this little gift to brighten your day… More…
Who are they? I think scripture, art, and the Angelic Doctor give us good hints, but we’ll only really know when we pass to the next life (and boy will we thank them!)
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Those who speak of angels often describe them as male, or appearing as young men. Icon often depict them in an androgynous way, neither male nor female, able to be read as either or both.
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In this heated debate over the use of contraceptives in general, I think it’s important to discover the real issue at hand: beyond the $30 a month it costs to have regular contraceptives, beyond the “rights” for women to do as they wish with their bodies, and even beyond breaking the system with new medical aid that frees women’s natural “suppression” of being pregnant every time they engage in the sexual act.
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