Sometimes its frustrating for me. This FTXP (Photoshop) was recently posted in Atheism Humor and Memes on G+. Atheists rate your intelligence based on how accurately your bias reflects their bias. John Winsor is a composer and teacher of Music Theory. These are his own words: “Taught music theory and designed bandsman training materials at Armed Forces School of Music.” As far as I know no rag tag band of clarinetists has ever defended out country successfully from a foreign army. Not to mention, the quote conflates Christianity, 1,000 years ago with the Taliban currently. This kind of arrogant, elitist, fallacious, thinking is rampant among liberals in higher education.
“Conflation of old testament with new testament. Conflation of Abraham with Moses and Jesus. Invalid argument is invalid.”
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- The first four numbers symbolize the harmony of the spheres and the Cosmos as:
- The four rows add up to ten, which was unity of a higher order (The Dekad).
- The Tetractys symbolizes the four elements—fire, air, water, and earth.
- The Tetractys represented the organization of space:
Sometimes I swear people are getting stupider every day. Ben Carson is entitled to his opinion. So he wouldn’t feel comfortable with a Muslim president, he isn’t preventing any Muslims from being president. HE IS RUNNING FOR PRESIDENT!!! No Muslims were harmed in the voicing of his opinion! Furthermore, he is not the Constitution, or the United states electorate, or the congress. Whatever philosophic calculus he uses to determine who he wants to see running the country is up to him. The quotes from the Constitution are instructions on how the government officials should function. It doesn’t dictate what individual Americans should think.
In an interview with NBC for broadcast on Sunday morning, the retired neurosurgeon said: “I would not advocate that we put a Muslim in charge of this nation. I absolutely would not agree with that.”
In his NBC interview, Carson was asked: “So do you believe…
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