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skepticscott Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Feb-27-11 07:39 AM
Response to Reply #53
57. Nice try
Well no, actually kind of a shitty try. The point was that just because the RCC's official position is that artificial contraception is not to be used by Catholics, that doesn't mean that a lot of Catholics don't believe and do otherwise, and that similarly, just because a CHURCH doesn't have YEC as it's official doctrine doesn't mean that many of its individual members can't. What your silly distinction between "artificial" and "real" here might be is not even comprehensible. Catholics CAN use "natural" birth control.

Next time, engage thought process first before typing.
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  -would you hire someone rdking647  Feb-25-11 07:35 AM   #0 
  - Yes, I who  H2O Man   Feb-25-11 07:37 AM   #1 
  - I who two.  TahitiNut   Feb-25-11 08:06 AM   #14 
  - But when you hire them, using public money, if the job is teaching science?  kenny blankenship   Feb-25-11 08:08 AM   #16 
  - me too, who  Tuesday Afternoon   Feb-25-11 08:16 AM   #21 
  - I who, you?  Uben   Feb-25-11 07:39 AM   #2 
  - Who's on first?  Little Star   Feb-25-11 07:41 AM   #3 
  - what  DURHAM D   Feb-25-11 07:42 AM   #4 
  - Who's on third, I thought.  Little Star   Feb-25-11 07:45 AM   #5 
     - The Who  H2O Man   Feb-25-11 07:47 AM   #6 
        - We don't get fooled again!  Ikonoklast   Feb-25-11 09:07 AM   #25 
  - Right. Who's on first.  JustABozoOnThisBus   Feb-25-11 07:54 AM   #11 
  - I woo if I coo  JustABozoOnThisBus   Feb-25-11 07:50 AM   #7 
  - religous beliefs  rdking647   Feb-25-11 07:53 AM   #9 
     - Is it a science job?  Renew Deal   Feb-25-11 09:32 AM   #28 
  - It doesn't matter what they believe as long as they teach real science and math  Dappleganger   Feb-25-11 07:52 AM   #8 
  - No, especially not for a job requiring scientific or technical abilities.  backscatter712   Feb-25-11 07:54 AM   #10 
  - AND their ability to construct cogent questions!  ret5hd   Feb-25-11 07:57 AM   #12 
  - Horton hears a Who  BuelahWitch   Feb-25-11 08:01 AM   #13 
  - Who you hire someone? nt  raccoon   Feb-25-11 08:07 AM   #15 
  - bah hahahha. i knew there would be shit about the who you... du didnt disappoint  seabeyond   Feb-25-11 08:09 AM   #17 
  - if a person can keep it out of class, and teach the required stuff, yes. if it has nothing  seabeyond   Feb-25-11 08:13 AM   #18 
  - Before I would hire who, who would have to make up a poll without  Obamanaut   Feb-25-11 08:15 AM   #19 
  - Depends on what you mean by intelligent design and how much of a part of their life  el_bryanto   Feb-25-11 08:16 AM   #20 
  - Sure, why not, I am not the thought police. nt  bemildred   Feb-25-11 08:16 AM   #22 
  - should a Mennonite be allowed to be a nurse or health care worker?  Douglas Carpenter   Feb-25-11 08:22 AM   #23 
  - What a surprise it would be...  pipi_k   Feb-25-11 08:25 AM   #24 
  - Wouldn't it be religious descrimination to not hire based on that reason alone?  bighart   Feb-25-11 09:28 AM   #26 
  - In general, yes.  Renew Deal   Feb-25-11 09:30 AM   #27 
  - What if they were opposed to vaccines? That harms way more than believing in creationism.  Dr. Strange   Feb-25-11 09:32 AM   #29 
  - I'd spank you for that  TZ   Feb-25-11 09:59 AM   #30 
     - Where are my fish spankers, anyway?  Dr. Strange   Feb-25-11 10:00 AM   #31 
  - There's a strong part of me that says no  TZ   Feb-25-11 10:02 AM   #32 
  - Not if they felt it necessary to *promote* the creationist view.  LeftishBrit   Feb-25-11 10:09 AM   #33 
  - Since I wouldn't be able to legally ask about that in an interview,  darkstar3   Feb-25-11 01:14 PM   #34 
  - If the subject to be taught is a science, I in all good conscience  humblebum   Feb-25-11 05:34 PM   #35 
  - Is medicine science?  westerebus   Feb-25-11 07:28 PM   #36 
  - Now that's common sense! NT  humblebum   Feb-25-11 07:38 PM   #37 
  - And do those schools  skepticscott   Feb-25-11 08:46 PM   #38 
  - I think you would have to go a school of ministry for that instruction.  westerebus   Feb-25-11 09:58 PM   #39 
     - We passed that point millennia ago  darkstar3   Feb-25-11 10:05 PM   #41 
     - That make two of us with that opinion. n/t  westerebus   Feb-25-11 10:20 PM   #42 
     - You need to get out more  skepticscott   Feb-26-11 06:26 AM   #44 
        - That's true.  westerebus   Feb-26-11 07:28 AM   #45 
        - If by Biblical Creationism you mean the young earth theory,  humblebum   Feb-26-11 01:10 PM   #47 
           - Yeah, guessing is about all you're capable of  skepticscott   Feb-26-11 01:19 PM   #48 
              - Well, since you are being an ass about it, this is why I doubt your facts.  humblebum   Feb-26-11 08:59 PM   #50 
                 - More baloney and deeply flawed thinking on your part  skepticscott   Feb-26-11 09:20 PM   #51 
                    - It appears that the first 3 sites use the same poll and it reports about  humblebum   Feb-27-11 01:20 AM   #52 
                    - Since I was responding to your BS claim  skepticscott   Feb-27-11 07:34 AM   #56 
                       - I am reading your argument and it is absolutely skewed. All of your sites did use the same poll and  humblebum   Feb-27-11 01:34 PM   #63 
                          - And now it resorts to baseless denial  skepticscott   Feb-27-11 02:40 PM   #65 
                          - You still have yet to support your claim that a majority of Christians  humblebum   Feb-27-11 03:36 PM   #67 
                             - Sorry if the arithmetic and logic are too difficult  skepticscott   Feb-27-11 05:29 PM   #69 
                                - It doesn't matter how right or wrong your math is, when your entire  humblebum   Feb-27-11 09:10 PM   #72 
                          - We'll remember that the next time you want to post polls in support of your BS.  darkstar3   Feb-27-11 03:00 PM   #66 
                             - Another one of your strawman arguments. nt  humblebum   Feb-27-11 03:38 PM   #68 
                             - You keep using that word.  darkstar3   Feb-27-11 05:36 PM   #70 
                             - Do you even know what a strwaman argument is?  cleanhippie   Feb-28-11 03:24 PM   #79 
                             - Very rarely do I ever use polls. If you can find one I have used  humblebum   Feb-27-11 09:17 PM   #73 
                                - You just broke my irony meter.  darkstar3   Feb-27-11 11:40 PM   #76 
                    - Your google is strong, yet your argument's weak.  westerebus   Feb-27-11 03:03 AM   #53 
                    - Nice try  skepticscott   Feb-27-11 07:39 AM   #57 
                       - Where is your sense of humor?  westerebus   Feb-27-11 12:54 PM   #61 
                          - Please try to grasp my argument  skepticscott   Feb-27-11 02:34 PM   #64 
                             - We will use your example.  westerebus   Feb-27-11 10:13 PM   #74 
                                - I think it is typically called a "red herring". nt  humblebum   Feb-27-11 11:13 PM   #75 
                                - No, you don't  skepticscott   Feb-28-11 04:52 AM   #77 
                                   - Namaste.  westerebus   Mar-01-11 07:30 AM   #80 
                    - You are off target  Bad Thoughts   Feb-27-11 04:59 AM   #54 
                       - Uh, no...  skepticscott   Feb-27-11 07:18 AM   #55 
                          - You are using the Gallup survey ...  Bad Thoughts   Feb-27-11 07:42 AM   #58 
                             - Uh, no...  skepticscott   Feb-27-11 07:50 AM   #59 
                                - I apologize  Bad Thoughts   Feb-27-11 08:01 AM   #60 
                                   - See #44.  westerebus   Feb-27-11 01:33 PM   #62 
  - Did you even bother to look up Modern Orthodox Judaism's ...  Bad Thoughts   Feb-25-11 10:01 PM   #40 
     - Let's see.  westerebus   Feb-25-11 10:32 PM   #43 
  - Yes.  Iggo   Feb-26-11 12:58 PM   #46 
  - Sure.  Igel   Feb-26-11 07:16 PM   #49 
  - Sure, I would...  cynatnite   Feb-27-11 06:17 PM   #71 
  - Sure, if they could do the job.  Unvanguard   Feb-28-11 07:37 AM   #78 
  - Depends on whether or not that person could do the job.  Deep13   Mar-01-11 08:04 AM   #81 

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