Sunday, July 01, 2007

The Theocracy Delusion

Recycling my older post...

  1. A delusion is an erroneous perception of reality.
  2. There is no scientific evidence to support the existence of anything supernatural.
  3. Belief in the supernatural is thus a delusion.
  4. A theocracy is government based on a deity or divine power.
  5. Deities and divine power are based on belief in the supernatural.
  6. A theocracy is thus a government based on delusion.

Do you want a government based on delusion? Not me, I'm against it. I'll take the democracy that the Constitution and the Bill of Rights provide.

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Blogger Larry Fafarman said...

It is only by coincidence that criticism of evolution theory has historically often been associated with religion. The separation of church and state is being misused to suppress criticisms of evolution theory that are not based on religion at all.

4:43 AM  
Blogger John Kingman said...

Thank you Larry, for validating my blog.

As usual, you are wrong. There is no suppression of criticisms of evolution theory in any accredited university and that is where the bulk of the criticisms are raised. The scientific method thrives on criticism and uses it to either improve or reject scientific theories like evolution.

If we had a theocracy, I suspect that it would not be long before there wouldn't even be criticisms of evolution in universities. The teaching of evolution theory would most likely be deemed blasphemous and banned altogether.

If you really want to live in a theocracy, Larry, find another country.

8:43 AM  
Blogger Gunfighter said...

Try Iran.

10:16 AM  

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