Beware of falling prey to those promising “illumination” as they will lead you down a path to nowhere but further darkness.
Blaming Christianity whenever someone claiming to be Christian does something wrong is like blaming vegetarianism whenever someone claiming to be vegetarian eats meat.
Those who claim that building an ark as large as Noah’s ark is “impossible” are clearly unaware that building massive structures out of blocks weighing as much as 80 tons is also “impossible” by today’s standards.
When your “skepticism” is always in line with conventional wisdom, are you really a skeptic? Or are you just another follower?
Beware of allowing the postulations, conjectures, and finalities of others (purporting to be more knowledgeable than you) to limit your own abilities of discernment, critical thinking, and observing what is right in front of you.
Next time you hear a bloviating radio/TV host launch into tirade about government programs, government jobs, and other forms of government spending; keep in mind that this talking head would not have a job if it were not for taxpayer created, funded, and maintained public airwaves.
Have you noticed that when “scientists” encounter something that they do not understand, they tend to label it as “junk” or “vestigial”–rather than simply admitting that they don’t know?