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May 16, 2009

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caheidelberger

Missing from the above post: the clear link between my beliefs and the "manifesto" you cite. I say objectification of women (as represented by Miss Prejean's choices and the faux-beauty industry) is bad. If some "manifesto" says objectification of women is good, then I disagree with that manifesto on that point.

caheidelberger

And what's this monkey business about my having a religion?

Steve Sibson

Cory,

The clear link is John Dewey, the father of Progressive education. He signed the Humanist Manifesto I that I cited. It is the religion that is being established by the education system that you are a part of. If you would take the time to read the post and the links provided you would understand that the Manifesto says objectification of women is "bad". Which I agree. But unfortunately the adult consent rule of the same manifesto violates that premise. Your religion is contradictary.

That was the point of my post. Go back and read it, but this time use an open mind.

caheidelberger

"your religion" -- you still haven't shown me the document that proves it is my religion. And if you think I've never read it, then it seems completely illogical to assume that it is my religion. Show me my membership card!

Steve Sibson

Cory,

Don't sweat it. I didn't know I had adopted the religion for years. That's the thing about effective indoctrination. Read the Manifestos and compare to your belief system.

But then again, I remember you admitted to being a secular humanist more than once. So what's up?

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