Religious people disagree with scientific claims against their religion. Does this make them right? Should religious authorities be given the benefit of being able to shun scientific evidence because it goes against their beliefs?
There is a lot of controversy at present about Satanism, like sacrificing babies, orgies, blood rituals and that satanists are evil and cruel. After reading about its theories and philosophies, Satanism seems like a common-sensical, natural and thought out religion. I will provide you with the Church of Satan website so you can check it out. I think it is important to tell you as well that while reading you may think 'Oh, this is a bit strange,' but I think the idea of the religion is to take it with a pinch of salt i.e. don't take it too seriously.So what are your opinions and/or experiences of Satanism?http://www.churchofsatan.com
Should children be made to do homework? Is it necessary for them to spend hours at home doing work when they could be outside, with mates, or just relaxing and enjoying themselves? Or should they do homework? Is it important that the teacher should know that what they are teaching their students is actually going in their noggin? Should kids do homework because it teaches them self-discipline and planning to a certain extent?Thoughts?
Let's take God. If, in the past, humans did not come up with the theory of God, would he/she therefore not exist, as they aren't part of our knowledge and we would have no way of knowing about him/her?