I’m skeptical of this…

I’m skeptical that it is possible to make fried beer. I find it hard to believe that one can be human and not be a hypocrite at least some times. I’m skeptical that atheist doctors will actually conspire to kill you sooner than other doctors. I’m skeptical that science experiments always work.

Comments

  1. #1 terry the censor
    August 29, 2010

    Anyone practising Bible-based medicine might believe:
    1) in medical miracles. If so, they forget the medical axiom “all patients die.” It is pointless to keep me alive against my wishes because I will eventually escape.
    2) they are saving my soul because suicide is wrong. In which case, that is clearly an imposition of their religion on me and not a legitimate medical decision — by any stretch of the imagination.

  2. #2 Phillip IV
    August 30, 2010

    I find it hard to believe that one can be human and not be a hypocrite at least some times.

    I think it’s pretty obvious that that isn’t possible – what I’m interested to know is whether the same holds for the opposite: can a human being always be a hypocrite – i.e. in every single statement they make during a lifetime? There are a few so-called ‘religious leaders’ I haven’t caught making even a single, public, non-hypocritical statement for decades, so I wonder if one of them will make it to the end of their life with a spot-less record of hypocrisy.

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