Category Archives: belief

Faith: Central

My writings and jottings since 1995 on faith had spread around K. and have further spread around among my blogs. I want all pk posts gathered here whichever domain they first appeared in. I have important clarifications to add today … Continue reading

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Belief in Evidence

Recreating (and advancing) pk’s censored domains: Macroinformation.org & Knatz.com / Teaching / Society / Social Epistemology / Belief / @ K. 2004 12 12 Belief in Evidence Mission: to rate the role of evidence in belief systems I invite you … Continue reading

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Didactic Magic

The movie Agora shows a Christian fire-walking as a miracle proving faith. Arthur C. Clarke made a TV documentary on the subject offering a host of natural, scientific explanations. I just cited a Straight Dope post on the subject (within … Continue reading

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Prayer

Prayer has been an important subject in our lives, for millennia. Prayer has certainly been an important subject in my life: though not in the last few decades. Knatz.com had relevant modules, censored along with everything of mine by the … Continue reading

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Hitler Wins Again!

Jesus got sandbagged by the priests of his day. And the priests got aided by the secular forces. The Temple of Jerusalem was ruled as a hierarchy. God was supposed to be at the top but of course the Jew’s … Continue reading

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A Million Priests

If a million priests say god is this or that, does that make it so? Does god ever get to speak? In the Christian story God sent Jesus to speak, but the priests wouldn’t let him. Will the Christians let … Continue reading

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Circle of Faith

The phrase “circle of faith” has occurred in several pk modules, posts: in one of faith, for example. I’ll expand here: Religion is a circle of faith. Members rehearse, agree, on the group’s certainties, God’s correct name is Jehovah, the … Continue reading

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