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Today’s found on Facebook – Matthew McConaughey’s thoughts on religion
He has a new movie out (Free State of Jones) where he plays Newton Knight, a Confederate soldier who rebelled against the Confederacy. The Daily Beast provides this quote from the actor talking about the film and explaining what he … Continue reading
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Question of Atheist Scruples – bad teacher?
One of your professors is an incompetent teacher who grades too easy. Some classmates have a petition demanding his replacement. Do you sign it? Three personal history stories first: First story. My K-7 elementary school didn’t have a French-specialist teacher … Continue reading
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Question of Atheist Scruples — do you like fishing?
The question: You are on vacation and plan to fish. You will not fish again all year. Do you buy the licence? In terms of Saskatchewan, an annual fishing license costs $29.44 this year. Other Canadians can pay the same … Continue reading
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Question of Atheist Scruples – you become a man of BUSINESS
Fuck, I love the Muppets’ Christmas Carol. I don’t care what time of year it is, I can watch it over and over. So, this round’s Question of Atheist Scruples: You’ve agreed verbally to a business deal when you get … Continue reading
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Friday night movie night – the devil and…
In theme with the whole satan kind of thing going on at the blog this weekend, the Devil and Daniel Mouse is available in its entirety on Youtube. For now, anyway. Damn, fond memories of this little show. Watched it … Continue reading
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What’s wrong with Christian films
I confess that I had God’s Not Dead here this weekend but I didn’t watch it. I’ll borrow it again at some point, I promise. I’ve been on a Community kick lately and opted to watch that instead. I was … Continue reading
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Is there anything the fundy Westboro Baptist people won’t do?
Apparently they don’t know the difference between life and acting. The Daily Mail reports they plan to picket Robin William’s funeral because he once portrayed a gay man in The Birdcage. Good movie. organisers at the global non-profit organisation Planting … Continue reading
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For some reason I watched Beneath the Planet of the Apes
Well, one reason: it was there. It’s the sequel following the original Planet of the Apes film. It had its moments but it was pretty stupid overall. Another ship crash lands on the futuristic Earth and the surviving astronaut, Brent, … Continue reading
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Morality Movie Monday: When Worlds Collide
As soon as this movie started, I knew I should blog about it. The very first images after the credits feature bible verses (Genesis 6:12,13): And God looked upon the earth, and, behold, it was corrupt; for all flesh had … Continue reading
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I don’t know if I’d want to see Jesus getting touched…
…but it’s good to find out that a short film featuring JC on the cross and St Teresa of Avila giving him a “sexual caress” is no longer banned in Britain. And it only took 20 years. Well done. It … Continue reading
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