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Posted on 16 January 2018 | 4:51 pm
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Posted on 16 January 2018 | 4:51 pm
Resolved Question: Who is your favourite ex
There are many but I will only list a few
Gabrielle Carey - Australian author of Puberty Blues who was raised atheist but converted to Catholicism and then explored other theologies.
Antony Flew - Philosopher and one of the most respected atheist thinkers of the 20th century, became a deist.
Moses Hess - Socialist philosopher and Left Hegelian who first influenced Karl Marx in his criticism of religion, but who later tried to combine the pantheism of Baruch Spinoza with Hegelianism.
Anne Rice - Best-selling American author of Gothic and religious-themed books. She returned to Catholicism, and remained as such for many years, but has since announced that although she still believes in God and in Christ she no longer considers herself a Christian.
J. Neil Schulman - Libertarian science fiction writer who states he met, or experienced, God and that this ended his atheism. The first such experience would have occurred when he was 35. That stated he remains skeptical of "the church" and does not belong to any religion.
Dave Sim - Comics writer and anti-feminist. He converted to, or created, his own mixture of Abrahamic religions.
Ted Turner - Media mogul who stated that he is no longer an atheist or an agnostic. He has not embraced any specific religion.
I would have to vote for Anthony Flew, he was like the Dawkins of his time and showed great strength and courage to change his views, but I admire them all
I also enjoyed this website
What do you guys think? Mackey - thanks buddy
lesh - i like double negatives Ave Satanas - atheism rarely develops before ones teens -
For the assertion that “There is no God” is just as much a claim to knowledge as is the assertion that “There is a God.” Therefore, the former assertion requires justification just as the latter does. It is the agnostic who makes no knowledge claim at all with respect to God’s existence. He confesses that he doesn’t know whether there is a God or whether there is no God. dervish - whats wrong with popularity?
Posted on 19 January 2014 | 11:40 pm
Resolved Question: Should I grow my hair
I'm torn between the cute short haired look and having long, beautiful curls (my hair is curly when it's longer). Can guys find short hair sexy? Or does having short hair restrict me to simply being "cute"?
Here is a link to me with short hair: http://hillarydickson.webs.com/modeling
Posted on 30 January 2013 | 11:55 pm
Resolved Question: Would a pixie cut suit
I've ALWAYS wanted a pixie cut but people always say I would regret it. I really want one, I'm 5'2" and 110 lbs. My hair is more on the wavy side and its kinda thick. I think I have a heart shaped head but I'm not sure. Here's some pics of me
Tell me what you think!
Posted on 22 November 2012 | 3:17 am
Resolved Question: Could I pull off a Halle
I have curly hair (botticelli for you curly girls) and I would like to get it cut in a pixie style like Halle Berry. Would I be able to? I don't really like straightening my hair as it damages it and it takes too much time. I would like the opinion from people who have curly hair who've had pixie cuts.
Posted on 29 September 2012 | 10:28 am
Resolved Question: Should I get a pixie cut?
I really want something new, because I recently went through some pretty rocky times and I think a haircut would be good.
My ideal hair cut would look like this:
This is me with extensions:
This is me with my real hair:
Do you think I'd look good with it?
Posted on 11 September 2012 | 11:12 pm