If you want to tell people the truth, make them laugh, otherwise they'll kill you. -- Oscar Wilde
Rock on, Stephen!Saw this the night it played and was cheering at the end.
Aw... It's been removed.. Can you tell me what it was so I can look for it?
You can still find the link athttp://catholiccolbert.com/
"I teach Sunday School, mother******!"
I thought is was great until Mr. Colbert cursed at the end. It is scary to think the man being interviewed teaches at Stanford, and is spreading trash like God is wrong. I hope the students he teaches ignore his authority as a professor as he professes this garbage. I hope you feel better soon, IC.
Go back and look at the look on Colbert's face when Dr. Z says that God was wrong. Priceless. My sons and I were all cheering Colbert on when he gave Dr. Z a piece of the catechism. I might have suggested "Blasphemer" instead of Mother******, but I couldn't have improved upon the impromptu theology lesson. God bless him!
I keep reading about people in your neck of the woods feeling lousy with flu. Hope you soon feel better.
Of course he did not have time to say it because the interview was quick but as a psychologist he understood. Freewill is a paradox, you cannot have freewill because it all goes back to god in the theistic view. god is omnipotent, allknowing, and all good. If god is allknowing he can see the future, past, present and knows the effect of every cause. If god is omnipotent, he has the power to control all things. If he knows what will happen as he makes us and gives us our traits and sets us up to go through our life experiences (which is what makes us completely) then he knows how we will turn out then still chooses us to go down that path anyway... so either god is not the perfect god or he doesn't exist... mother******
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