I love this.
Nuts. Occam's Razor and probability suggests gods either don't exist or if they do exist, they couldn't care less.
I did ask why. I asked why society would want to promote an activity that presents a greater risk of deadly disease than smoking does.
You said it was a punishment, that having a child was a "price" to pay for having sex. That you needed to take "responsibility" for having sex. This is text book slut shaming
Why is the world getting creepier?
I?ll have to read it again.. makes no sense, because all four of the grandparents were Ashkenazi....
I understand that. It doesn't seem right ,however, for a place like, say Pennsylvania. Philly has such a big population they dominate the state. They are liberal. How do their values reflect some of the Amish farms to the west?
One of the best parts of MY time in the 90's was calling up friends and asking them to come over for the day and play when I was little. I was always at my grandma's, and I had a whole little shed for nothing but my toys at her house. It was my "house". Tehe!
There is no evidence of the existence of any of the millions of undetected and undetectable gods, goddesses and god-men/messiahs that have been invented by men... And that is the beginning and end of that discussion.
To me it's just a role. We've glorified our founding fathers and they've done more rapes and heinous crimes than anyone. I think people are complex, and showcasing those complexities on screen is what film is all about. It's not a way to glorify an individual, but rather to make us question how we view people, to understand those complexities, and to examine how we as a society react in order to challenge us to be better.
As an atheist, I make no assumptions whatever about what a God would or would not think, do or want. There's no way to know if God would think, do or want anything. Being a supernatural thing, God can do complex, simple, chaos, order, happiness, misery, peace, war, total annihilation or anything else and no human can ever know why. By definition, God is forever beyond human comprehension and forever beyond human understanding. Again, that's the standard definition of supernatural, not my opinion.