Religion and science are intended to coexist. As Wernher von Braun said, "Science and religion are not antagonists. On the contrary, they are sisters. While science tries to learn more about the creation, religion tries to better understand the Creator."
Some contend that science disproves religion, but they forget that religion cannot and is not supposed to be proven. If I could prove the existence of God, faith would go out the window and religion would be pointless. Without the necessary element of faith (belief in and knowledge of things not seen which are true), religion would cease to be.
Aside from the unlikelihood of fantasy football ever being interesting, there are a few problems with that:
I'm more offended by you bringing autism into the mix. I've been mocked for being religious up and down all my life, I can handle that. What I won't stand for is being mocked for a mental disability.
This is invalid because most mainstream electronica that American audiences like to label "dubstep" isn't actually dubstep. Skrillex touches on elements of dubstep from time to time but most American electronica these days is synthpop, house or techno. True dubstep is more common in the UK.
I wouldn't be caught dead voting for a Republican or a Democrat.
I disagree only because gas was around $1.90 a gallon when I was in elementary school, lol :-P
That's probably fair....although I could imagine Bach liking jazz ;-)
Fortunately, my name hasn't ever been particularly popular so it's generation-less :-D
I don't have trouble believing that. A lot of Americans believe in God but ignore Him and His commandments because they don't believe He plays a role in their lives. They're too busy being wrapped up in themselves.
I find the use of such words distasteful...it takes away from the artistic value of the song
I think the problem with our generation in addition to being defeatist is a growing sense of passive nihilism. Many people do nothing because they believe nothing matters.
Take it from somebody who is autistic- we are different. Having autism (in my case, more specifically Asperger's Syndrome) makes a very big difference in how I have to live my life and how I function in society. Am I able to get around it? Yes. Have I learned how to appear normal? Yes. But there is still that difference. I still feel a separation from the rest of the world- a manifestation of autism's etymology (the word comes from the Greek autos, meaning self). We are still people and should be treated equally, but we are different. To deny that difference is to do us a disservice and by doing so you appear patronizing and rather like a kindergarten teacher.
I don't mean this comment to be malicious or coldhearted- I merely want you to realize that we are different.
As in abolished.
I personally would really want to play some jazz for Bach on an organ or harpsichord haha
Oh hell, that's even worse. I believe in God but His existence needs to be defended properly.