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I don’t watch Fox News. But I do go and learn about what most of the news outlets aren’t showing… which is quite a lot. After a while it gets easy to tell who’s not telling the truth.
Well, I’ve never been a fan of him myself. But to imagine that any of the Dems running would be anything but much worse is uninformed in the extreme. If anyone can’t see that, they just ain’t looking.
And it’s been wrong the entire time! Just remember, folks — the incumbent President is the absolute worst candidate running in 2020… except for all the others!
Well, that’s how Yoda would say it.
In other words, they’re using pure speculation to try to make up for there not being any actual evidence to support the preconceived ideas… as usual.
I don’t know how your last paragraph could possibly have been written by someone who honestly tried to understand or learn about it. At any rate, note that I didn’t say, “the people who are most skeptical haven’t read it or tried to understand it.” I said that they tend to have ended up with superficial and incorrect ideas about it. And, sorry to sound blunt, but statements about “Santa Claus,” “contradictions” and “punishment-oriented tenets” (whoever may make them) demonstrate EXTREMELY poor understanding of the Bible.
I’ve often heard that claim made, but I’ve observed the exact opposite to be true. The people who are “most fervent and zealous” have not only read the Bible multiple times, but have worked hard at understanding and learning about it. The people who are most skeptical about it, on the other hand, tend to demonstrate extremely shallow, superficial, and just plain wrong ideas about it.
What most people don’t realize is, Jesus and science are actually on the same side!
A rule of thumb I have learned over many years: If something is portrayed in popular media as being “scientific,” but is nonetheless questioned by a significant percentage of the population (and by a fair number of scientists as well), then it’s a very good bet that it’s not really scientific at all; rather, it’s an unscientific idea that is being sold by use of that ever-persuasive label of “science.”
A popularly believed claim, but the evidence for it is nil. No explanation for the vast differences between scales and feathers. No explanation for cold-blooded vs. warm-blooded. And so on.