Whose more insane, me or the rest of society? Read the following blog of bollocks and decide for yourself.
Scotteh's Articles In Religion
July 7, 2008 by Scotteh
 The history of the church is one filled with many dark and disastrous moments, where the arbitrators of gods will have caused a great many to suffer. Perhaps though the most horrendous aspect of all this though was the church condemning the philosophical approach of Dialectics.  Excuse me kind sir, but what in hells name is Dialectics?  Well Dialectics is a method of looking at a statement, hypothesis or argument and concluding that it is false by showing its contradiction, ...
June 23, 2008 by Scotteh
The right to life is one of the fundemental rights that as a society recognises,  however what about the right to die? Who would want such a thing in the first place? You may ask. Well there are people in the wolrd that are currently looking at their future and envisaging months (in some cases years) of a slow decline in the quality of life, with pain and suffering. Some of these people have asked to not go through this and have asked, in their own words, to 'Die with Dign...
May 9, 2008 by Scotteh
I recently wrote an article that provoked some good debates amongst the JU community, while they got slightly heated at times, they for the most part have got your brain churning and asking some serious questions and looking at some serious answers.  Click here to view the article  During the article both sides of the arguement threw up questions natrually, i chose some of the most pertinent and tried to tackle them here in this article.  I'm now going to expand on some of th...
May 9, 2008 by Scotteh
Cardinal Cormac Murphy-O'Connor has spoken to BBC Radio 4 this morning on an issue regarding the growing tensions in the UK between those with secular and religious beliefs. The full article can be found here. It's a nice jesture, but marred perhaps by blaming secular approaches for the likes of Stalin and Hitler. This comes across as quite ironic really, given the kingdoms forged and wars fought in the name of 'God'. The truth be told evil doesn't come from being religious or non-relig...
May 8, 2008 by Scotteh
Well there’s been a lot said regarding the last article. The debate has been well mannered, well as well mannered as internet debates get! I want to quote directly from the comments section of the article in question; naturally I can’t cover everything in there so it’s worth having a scan through them if you get a chance. I initially wrote: “The obvious question to follow is 'How exactly did we get here?'. A puzzling question indeed answered by Darwin in hi...
May 7, 2008 by Scotteh
In the first part of this article i discussed how people consider religion as a means of teaching us how to act responsibly. I received some interesting comments, mostly about how how people felt they obtained their morality from sources other than religion. Perhaps the most interesting comment, and entirely unrelated was a comment from senior stubbyfinger, who informed us he had a large sexual organ. Congratulations stubby... Right so Religion, morality, back on track. Lets look at t...
May 6, 2008 by Scotteh
Let's look at the following statement: "Religion still has an important role in society today." This is something that many people would agree with, If you were to ask me if i was to agree with this statement i'd have to opt for the 'abstain' option. I will say however that i can understand why people agree with this statement. Religion is involved in teaching us one of the most important set of skills required to surive and flourish in modern day society, Morality. Religion has helped ...