- he was 14 years old when our ClockTower was built.
- philosopher, logician, mathematician, historian and social critic.
- prominent anti-war activist, went to prison for pacifism during World War 1.
- campaigned against Hitler, Stalin and the US involvement in Vietnam.
- proponent of nuclear disarmament.
- Nobel Prize for Literature in 1950
He believed religion as presently organized impeded knowledge, fostered dependency and fear, and is responsible for much of the war in human history.
What do you believe?
"Enemy of moral progress?" You are predictably one-sided and neglect to share a whole 'other' realm of Christianity that advances peace and humanitarian aid in the world.ReplyDelete
"The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil, is for good men to do nothing" Edmund Burke.
Really ClockTower blogger, stop advocating disdain:
Yay, Agreed! If you replace the word "religion" above with "homosexuality," it would be considered intolerance. You, in fact, I'll assume would loudly rail against the offenders. Why then is it acceptable against Christianity/religion and sincere people with largely good intent? You, ironically, are spreading INtolerance, in the name of tolerance...and you don't care.ReplyDelete
:p Don't sweat it, G.R is a wanker who simply wants a reaction...looks like he's got one, or two!ReplyDelete