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Estampillas de la Virgen de la Asunción

La celebración del Día de la Asunción de la Virgen María a los cielos esta a punto de llegar, esta fiesta se celebra el 15 de Agosto traemos para ti estas hermosas imágenes de la … Seguir Leyendo...

Fresh Thinking

Creativity receives an immense amount of lip service. Too bad that doesn’t correlate to actual appreciation. I’ve been working since I was 14. In all the jobs I’ve had, the first was the one that used my creativity most fully. ̷...

Sporting Chance

I didn’t watch the SuperBowl last weekend. In fact, I haven’t had television service for over two decades now. I don’t really miss it too much since I don’t have time to watch TV (the commuting life leaves time only … Continue reading &...

Kevin Smith Strikes Back!

Although I haven’t seen Tusk yet, I’m certain about one thing: it’s disgusting. Which is why it pains me so much to live in Europe, and not get to see it for some time. Kevin Smith making a truly disturbing pile of cinematic shock matter means...
by Tukang Bangun Rumah on Sep 29, 2014

Kevin Smith Strikes Back!

Although I haven’t seen Tusk yet, I’m certain about one thing: it’s disgusting. Which is why it pains me so... Read more »...
by Tukang Bangun Rumah on Sep 29, 2014

La cigarra y la hormiga: un remake al final del milenio

A pesar de tener más de una década de escrito, este texto de Abel Prieto mantiene una vigencia que nos lleva a más de una reflexión: gracias a Fraga por traerlo a la actualidad: La cigarra y la hormiga: un … Sigue leyendo →...
by El Blog de La Polilla Cubana on Aug 28, 2014

La cigarra y la hormiga: un remake al final del milenio

A pesar de tener más de una década de escrito, este texto de Abel Prieto mantiene una vigencia que nos lleva a más de una reflexión: gracias a Fraga por traerlo a la actualidad: La cigarra y la hormiga: un … Sigue leyendo →...
by El Blog de La Polilla Cubana on Aug 28, 2014

bollocks, really!

  In recent times, especially after the advent of social media, certain Singaporeans in our nominally Confucian society think they are doing everyone else a favour by their constant busy-bodying into our common civic space. Like the religious co...
by The Anglo-Sinkie Scribbles on Jul 11, 2014

cosmic terror: why neil degrasse tyson has religious fundamentalists so freaked

by Adam Lee   The new Cosmos TV series airing on Fox is a worthy reboot of Carl Sagan’s original. Following in Sagan’s footsteps, host Neil deGrasse Tyson takes viewers on a voyage through the outer reaches of the solar system and beyond,...
by The Anglo-Sinkie Scribbles on Mar 27, 2014

“science, anti-science and the future of humanity”

by AC Grayling   Science and Anti-Science   Science often comes under attack. There is nothing new in this; it has always had its critics. Not even the virulence of the present attack is new. But it is being mounted in the midst of an epoch...
by The Anglo-Sinkie Scribbles on Mar 23, 2014

science, anti-science and the future of humanity

by AC Grayling   Science and Anti-Science   Science often comes under attack. There is nothing new in this; it has always had its critics. Not even the virulence of the present attack is new. But it is being mounted in the midst of an epoch...
by The Anglo-Sinkie Scribbles on Mar 23, 2014

أزمة العقلية الدوغمائية الليبية

                     | أزمة العقلية الدوغمائية الليبية |محمد اقميع |   إنه ضرب من العبث، القفز إلى الحديث عن...
by Mohamed aqmaa on Feb 24, 2014

“study theology, even if you don’t believe in god”

by Tara Isabella Burton   When I first told my mother—a liberal, secular New Yorker—that I wanted to cross an ocean to study for a bachelor’s degree in theology, she was equal parts aghast and concerned. Was I going to become a nun, she as...
by The Anglo-Sinkie Scribbles on Nov 6, 2013

“historians and the reality of christ”

Although published in 1992, this article still offers some enlightening advice on the historical Jesus endeavour.   Historians and the Reality of Christ by Avery Dulles   After a period of relative quiescence, the quest for the historical J...
by The Anglo-Sinkie Scribbles on Oct 25, 2013

“relativism: the central problem for faith today”

by Joseph Ratzinger   In the ’80s, the theology of liberation in its radical forms seemed to be the most urgent challenge for the faith of the church. It was a challenge that required both a response and a clarification because it proposed...
by The Anglo-Sinkie Scribbles on Oct 24, 2013

intelligence and nonreligion

by Ars Technica   More than 400 years before the birth of Jesus of Nazareth, Greek playwright Euripides wrote in his play Bellerophon, “Doth some one say that there be gods above? There are not; no, there are not. Let no fool, led by the old...
by The Anglo-Sinkie Scribbles on Aug 14, 2013

“seekers, nones and the age of doubt?”

by Alan Jones   There’s been a lot of talk lately about the growing number of the Nones (those who list their religion as “none”). The great army of the unaffiliated is growing. Even many of those who go to a place of religious...
by The Anglo-Sinkie Scribbles on Jul 12, 2013

“the corrosion of reason”

by AC Grayling   An opinion panel research survey conducted in July 2006 found more than 30 per cent of UK university students believe in creationism or intelligent design. This raw detail is gasp-inducing enough in its own right, as indication...
by The Anglo-Sinkie Scribbles on May 5, 2013

HYBREED CHAOS' Dying Dogma Video Teaser Available

Featuring ex-PAROXYSM and EXHULT drummer Franck Camus, and current CRYPTOPSY bassist Olivier Pinard as a studio session member, recording the bass. this band is definitely something to hear...... The Wisdom is found in the extremes... All extreme...
by HeavyHardMetalmania on Apr 22, 2013

the way of jesus

  On Saturday, 9 February 2013, at a rough 6.55 a.m. at a pedestrian’s traffic-light stop along Tampines Street 81, opposite the heartland market centre, a motorcyclist rammed a woman dead.   These are the bare facts. Nothing is known...
by The Anglo-Sinkie Scribbles on Mar 4, 2013
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