Of atheists, religiophobia and “rights” to depravity.

 

Atheism is  utter nonsense marketed  as  sexy  to non-thinkers.  like  those  who  have  had  

“brain training”  at  universities  and  colleges.

Theism is an infinitely more logical explanation for “why there is something rather than nothing”

For example for the atheist all is matter including the human being i.e the atheist him or herself.

If human beings are wholly material we, like all matter ,would be fully determined by the laws of

physics

In atheism humans’ sense of consciousness – “you” – is an effect produced by thoughts the


thoughts themselves being produced by the effects of the laws of physics on matter. 


The laws of physics may cause person A to think that the sun is in the sky, person B to think 
the

moon is in the sky and person C to think that there is no such think as the sky, the sun or the moon.

Which of the three would be right and how would “you” determine  which of  the  three  if  any  is  

right  since “you” are   also  a  fully determined  effect of the laws of physics?  

Despite  this  obvious challenge to  the  logic  of  their  world  view  these  duncieheads  claim  to be  

rational  but  they  are  far  from rational.

Secular atheists  contributions  to  public  policy  are , as  is  to  be expected  from non-thinkers, big  

on depravity  and   stupidity  while  being  low  on those  things  which advance  human

flourishing.

Secular  atheists  are  naturally big  on the support of  the “normality”  of  the mentally ill  like  

Bruce  aka “Caitlyn” Jenner  and  the depravities  of  Gay Pride  etc.

As  the  atheist  nonsense is  sold  as “bright”  in   western  democracies  we could  expect  more  

non-thinkers  to seek  to impose  the  incoherent and  depraved  public  policies  being  followed by  

the sexually  nihilistic  and  sexually  anarchist  Obama regime  in the USA. 

It  is  to  be noted  that  the substantial  reason for  the  athesit secular LGBTTTIQists  and  their

supporters  hostility  to  the church  is because  the  church does not  support their fisting, felching,

farming, scat, chariot racing, anonymous  buggery  under  the  influence  of  metamphetamine  etc

etc.

 

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http://jamaica-gleaner.com/article/commentary/20151023/discriminating-against-churches

Discriminating Against Churches

Published:Friday | October 23, 2015 | 12:00 AM
As secularists become more noisy in Jamaica, their religiophobia becomes more extreme. Despite freedom of religion being clearly guaranteed in the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and entrenched in the Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms of the Jamaican Constitution, religiophobes never seem to lose an opportunity to attack religion and religious institutions and to abuse persons of faith.

What is ironic is that almost all these religiophobes are strong advocates for ‘gay rights’, which are not mentioned in either the above Declaration or Charter. You would think that if they are so concerned about rights, never mind how questionable, they would respect the undisputed religious rights of others. After all, it is that same provision that respects their right to be secular.

Is Jamaica a secular state or not? It would seem not, for prayers are offered at the opening of Parliament and at almost all public functions and political meetings. I do not know of any school public or private at which prayers are not recited several times daily, and where religious hymns, songs and choruses are not part of the daily fare.

To listen to some secularist commentators, churches in Jamaica have no right to operate denominational schools, despite this right being expressly guaranteed under the Jamaican Constitution. Section 17(3) guarantees the right of a religious body or denomination to offer religious instruction in their schools, even if they receive state funding, while Section 17(4) allows persons of other denominations to opt out of religious ceremonies or observances in denominational schools.

The recent incident at St Hilda’s High School has exposed sloppy management and administration. Practising Jehovah’s Witnesses are not allowed to take part in the religious worship of other faiths. If being head girl means taking part and even conducting Anglican or non-denominational religious ceremonies or observances, then one would have thought that the school authorities would have run background checks on their candidate for head girl to ensure there was no obstacle. To name the person, and then rescind the appointment, is untidy at best.

Should someone be found to be a practising Jehovah’s Witness, would a church school be guilty of discrimination if they disqualified that person from holding the office of head girl? Or would they be respecting the person’s religious rights? I ask the public defender to judge.

Should church schools be forced to install someone as head boy or head girl whose faith is hostile to the values the school is committed to instill? Should church schools be forced to enroll students or hire teachers whose faith is hostile to the denomination which operates the school? To me, this sounds like discrimination against these religious bodies – interfering with their practice of their faith.

Gov’t Not Interested

At Independence in 1962, Jamaica had 41 high schools; of these, 10 were trust schools (the earliest being the Manning’s School established in 1738), more than two-thirds (28) were church schools (the earliest being St George’s College, founded in 1850), and only two had been started by the Government (Montego Bay High in 1938 and St Mary High in 1960).

The truth is that, over the decades, Jamaican governments have not been interested in top-quality high-school education. After Independence, the Government borrowed money from the World Bank and built about 80 junior secondary schools, which terminated at grade 10. Successive Jamaican governments have been more interested in protecting the semi-literate labour supply for the sugar industry and other agricultural enterprises. Over the years, junior-secondary schools have been renamed high or technical schools, but, in general, their performance lags behind the traditional high schools.

The Government has had to come to terms with the various Christian denominations which have built and operated the majority of quality high schools that exist.

The terms are these: the government pays the teachers, provides a per-student subvention, and selects 95 per cent of the annual student intake; while the churches nominate most of the school board members, hire the teachers, and run the schools according to their denominational ethos.

I think you will agree that church-owned-and-operated high schools have done very well; they are the schools of choice all over the country.

No one should be forced to attend a church school, but once there, they must follow the rules and ethos of the school.

Parents who disapprove of, say, Roman Catholicism, should not send their child to a Catholic school. To be consistent, religiophobes should send their children to secular schools. If you send your child to a church school, don’t turn around and complain if you find religion there. When a church school accepts government grants-in-aid of school operations, this does not convert the church school into a government school.

– Peter Espeut is a sociologist and a Roman Catholic deacon. Email feedback to columns@gleanerjm.com.

 

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“Caitlyn” Jenner ,Glamour Magazine “woman of  the  year”  in  the secular atheist USA 

President Obama, aka Bera  King  of  Sodom praised  “Caitlyn”.

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Gay Pride  in ”  the  world  as  it should  be” according  to President  Obama aka Bera, King of Sodom

The White House is illuminated in rainbow colors after today's historic Supreme Court ruling legalizing gay marriage in Washington

The White House is illuminated in rainbow colors after today’s historic Supreme Court ruling legalizing gay marriage in Washington June 26, 2015. REUTERS/Gary Cameron

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