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Professor of physics at Truman State University
My only comment on Mr. Lively's performance is that sometimes I regret that they did away with tarring and feathering.
This is not relevant, but I have a question for the blog writers. I've heard recently that Christian theologians have rejected the burden of noncognitivism and have come up with some argument on why they don't have to define "God." I was wondering, have you guys heard about this, and what rationalization are they using to try to escape their burden?
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