I Have Found God

I Have Found God
I have found God, my children.

Specifically, a delicious, buttery, noodley deity.

Yes, that's right - I am now a Pastafarian. I have seen the error of my ways. I shall worship the holy lasagna and the blessed rigatoni until the end of days!

What, you don't believe we were created by the Flying Spaghetti Monster? You poor misguided souls, I shall provide you with several pictograms from the outside world which depict the truth of my beliefs.








A painting by the glorious Michael Angel-hair.

As you can see, the writing on the wall is clear.

We must bow to our noodley Lord, and receive salivation at his deliciousness.

Embrace Pastafarianism today!
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C.S. Lewis' "Argument From Reason"

C.S. Lewis' "Argument From Reason"
C.S. Lewis. Credit: Wikipedia
C.S. Lewis is renowned among Christians in the United States and abroad for being a poetic and beautiful writer of prose and fiction while at the same time exploring and defending the Christian faith. He is a well-known apologist and fiction writer, the author of the Chronicles of Narnia series in addition to other works such as The Screwtape Letters and Mere Christianity. One of his crowning achievements in the eyes of many Christians is the "argument from reason" that he published in defense of his Christian faith, which he arrived at late in life, and we're going to debunk that argument today.

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The Ron Paul Revolution: 10 years on

The Ron Paul Revolution: 10 years on



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Do All Religions Follow the Same "God"?

Do All Religions Follow the Same "God"?
It is a fairly popular idea among a certain strand of tolerant human being that all faiths are fundamentally equal, and that diverse religions share a unified conception of God. These individuals argue that all religions have the same underlying value system and that the superficial trappings can, and should, be looked past in order to see the fundamental oneness at the heart of them all. It is a convenient narrative for side-stepping bigotry and intolerance, and a it is a very nice option for people who want the sentimental support of spiritual belief but the lack the discipline to submit to any established doctrines. That is to say, it is an excellent way to have one's cake and eat it too.
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Plato's Republic: A View of Society Constructed by Socrates

Plato's Republic: A View of Society Constructed by Socrates
In this article we will discuss a work of writing that is considered by many to be the first true political science text in western civilization. Plato's Republic (the actual title is simply Republic, Plato is merely the author) is primarily a dialogue between Socrates and several other Greek political theorists, philosophers, sophists, and friend, and it is split into 10 smaller books that each deal with different issues and ideas. The goal, in the beginning, is to define "justice", but over the course of the 10 books comprising Republic, the goal changes, over time they could be said to be trying to define and codify what could only be thought of as an idea of a utopia, a perfect society. This article will examine the first book primarily, and will publish articles examining each of the next books to compare and contrast how both The Republic and the United States of America function, analyze the differences, and perhaps learn how we can better run our society (or critique a perceived failing of The Republic.)

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