Pope Francis, the newly elected Pope faces a formidable to-do list as the new head of a Roman Catholic Church hit hard by sex abuse scandals, internal bickering and growing secularism in Europe. His predecessor Benedict XVI resigned abruptly last month, ending an eight-year reign that was often overshadowed by infighting and calls for greater … Continue reading
LAW OF ROYAL SUCCESSION IN THE ROYAL SULTANATE OF SULU & SABAH, ISLAMIC SULTANATE, KINGDOM OR PRINCIPALITY: The matter of Royal Succession on who is the true Sultan is based only on one Law – Primogeniture. Primogeniture: The late medieval custom of allowing the first born legitimate male child down to the youngest male child … Continue reading
While most career advice focuses on how to succeed, we can all learn valuable lessons by dissecting career failure as well. Workplace experts offer insights into some of the top ways workers undermine their own careers and jeopardize their career development. 1. Not Taking Your Education Seriously If you party too much in college and … Continue reading
Recently, there has been an image going around the internet of a bust of the ancient Greek philosopher, Epicurus, an early atheist and materialist who was the first to postulate the existence of atoms, with a clever quote from him that reads: “Is God willing to prevent evil, but unable? Then he is not omnipotent. … Continue reading
Whenever believers try to defend their faith in an intervening God using reason (or more precisely, pseudo-reason), the critical thinker cannot help but point out the fallacies. There is this email being circulated that tries to explain the problem of evil and why God allows pain and suffering. To read more, click the link below.. … Continue reading
I often hear religious people say that freethinkers are proud people, leaning on their own human understanding. The faithful claim to be humble, acknowledging our limited wisdom and thereby surrendering mind and will to the Almighty, the Supreme Being of the universe. At first it seems they have a point, but if we look closely … Continue reading
Lady Gaga will perform in the Philippines, but not if some bigots can help it. Biblemode Youth Philippines has gone on Bible Mode, calling for the blasphemous concert to be canceled. Their protest leader, former Congressman Benny Abante, threatened to file a lawsuit if she sings “Judas,” a performance protesters consider obscene, and therefore, illegal… … Continue reading
This is just a reblog coming from my dear friend Pinay_Ateista regarding Ms. Quiambaos irresponsible comment against LGBT. All I can say is their god is such a lunatic! Related articles [In the news] Miriam Quiambao’s apology fails to quell Twitter row with LGBT community -InterAksyon.com (hronlineph.com) LGBT rights in the Philippines – any signs … Continue reading
This is a re-post taken from bleacherreport.com. As we seeing a possible cancellation of more games in NBA due to lockout of players by the owners after the disagreement of the two group on the new CBA. I read articles on the net ’til I bumped on this one. So may I ask, who is … Continue reading
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