To suggest otherwise is willful ignorance of the evidence. Consider that your beliefs are interfering with your analysis.

An evidence based answer is this:
The Bible is not classified as Superstition under ANY library classification system in use in 2015 that I am aware of.

To suggest otherwise is willful ignorance of the evidence. Consider that your beliefs are interfering with your analysis.

Well, as it stands in 2015, you’re wrong,
What you want is dreaming, wishful thinking, perhaps some utopian future.

That’s fine, but as it stands, you’re incorrect. If you want to _change_ that, well, then you have to get your swords out I suppose, verbal, written or metal, whatever you like.

I’d rather see things as they are, not as I wish them to be. My inner Don Quixote fights other battles anyway.

But I’m getting cocky. I’m agnostic and an absurdist which lets me equally chuckle at fundamentalism wherever it’s found – whether fundy rationalist, fundy Christian, fundy atheist, fundy logician… pretty much ANYBODY who has some kind of “back to basics” (funamentalist) pov.

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