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Wednesday, March 02, 2005


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Carl Olson

It's not that I hate Peter Singer; I just hate his evil ideas.

Carl Olson

It's not that I hate Peter Singer; I just hate his evil ideas.


We take Christ as our example par excellence when we think of the preciousness of every single human being. He died to save each one of us. If I was the only person in the world, He would still have died on the cross to redeem me.


I've always considered Utilitarianism to be "The Philosophy of Ants", in that it always placed the "good of the whole" over its individual members; the thing I have never been able to convey to Utilitarians is that men are not ants.

Carl Olson

It's also the philosophy of the Arrogant Elites. For some reason, only a handful of people—such as Peter Singer—know what is best for the rest of us unwashed, moronic peons. Like all such rotten theories, it explains quite a bit but not enough. As Walker Percy once said about secular humanism (specifically Marxism, if I recall correctly), it makes sense to the secular humanist—but he then finds himself bored and depressed at 4:00 on a Wednesday. Why?

Melanie Steffan

Now the reason I came to your site is that an important message has been sent down, just like a News Update. Please read and pass it along. I have a message to tell you about Revelation. The message is from God, Jesus and the Holy Ghost sent in the Spring of 2006. It is about the meaning of First is Last and Last is First. The message is this: In the morning I go to Heaven. In the afternoon I live my life. In the evening I die, death. What does this mean? In other words this means Birth is Last and Last is Birth. To understand this don't think from point A to point B. Think of this as a continous circle of life. Birth, Life, Death, Birth. God also said that Judgment will be before Birth in Heaven. AS birth on Earth is painful so will birth in Heaven. It is possible that this message was delivered by one of God's Angels. Yes, God has recently made contact and he sent a messenger. Spread this message along, just like a chain letter. Oh, one more thing of interest. Did you know that Mike Douglas died on his Birthday. Melanie Steffan

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