According to the book, Jobs never went back to church after he saw a photo of starving children on the cover of Life Magazine. Later, he spent years studying Zen Buddhism.
The problem of evil is one of the most, if not the most, forceful argument against the god of the three major monotheist religions.
After midnight, mobs roamed downtown streets, attacking cars they suspected had Christian passengers. In many areas, there was no visible police or army presence to confront or stop them. Christians, who make up about 10 percent of Egypt’s 80 million people, blame the country’s ruling military council for being too lenient on those behind a spate of anti-Christian attacks since Mubarak’s ouster. As Egypt undergoes a chaotic power transition and security vacuum in the wake of the uprising, the Coptic Christian minority is particularly worried about the show of force by ultraconservative Islamists.
I would like to know what other factors, other than religious differences, would be at play here.
“Since when does God hate peer review?”
“Loved on”? Ick.
So in other words ignorance is older than knowledge. Myth and superstition are more ancient than science and enlightenment. I agree. Now let’s leave all that religious nonsense behind.