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Discussion in 'News / Current Events' started by Earth Wind and Fire, Sep 6, 2014.
...... it read,
SCIENCE FLYS MEN TO THE MOON,
RELIGION FLYS MEN INTO BUILDINGS!
I think the spelling they used says a lot.
Science builds bombs.
Religion builds hospitals.
:thumbs: nice reply!
and hospitals are apparently devoid of science? :laugh:
Sounds like ...
Some atheist wanna be's :wavey: haters, mockers of Jehovah God.
Yea....he is brilliant isn't he:smilewinkgrin:
Ya think so? Hey lets take a look ....
Some wars in Europes past:
Conflicts immediately connected with the Reformation of the 1520s to 1540s:
The German Peasants' War (1524–1525)
The battle of Kappel in Switzerland (1531)
The Schmalkaldic War (1546–1547) in the Holy Roman Empire
The Eighty Years' War (1568–1648) in the Low Countries
The French Wars of Religion (1562–1598)
The Thirty Years War (1618–1648), affecting the Holy Roman Empire including Habsburg Austria and Bohemia, France, Denmark and Sweden
The Wars of the Three Kingdoms (1639–1651), affecting England, Scotland and Ireland
Scottish Reformation and Civil Wars
English Reformation and Civil War
Irish Confederate Wars and the Cromwellian conquest of Ireland
See Wiki for full article. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/European_wars_of_religion
That one I like.....LOL
Depends on what one calls science and religion, doesn't it? And therein is the fallacy on the t-shirt.
No, they are pretty easily defined actually. Really isn't that complicated.
That they are, and equally as self-evident is that science falsely so-called.
I would prefer you be specific rather than whimsical.
Interesting, indeed. One can use this material to help illustrate the fallen nature of man.
Oh, how puerile.
The Troubles (N.Ireland).
The Israeli wars with the Palestinians and other Islamic nations.
The Sunni /Shi'a thing.
Should I go on? The lists pretty large.