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Sep 20

Menial Work is Dignified

Posted by Jawellnofine in wages , self-esteem , reality check , philosophy , opinion , menial work , fairness , boss


Jul 06

Global Warming: A Growing Woe

Posted by Jawellnofine in technology , philosophy , opinion , money , mindset , global warming , economy , climate change , capitalism , arrogance


I am of the opinion that the whole so called global warming/climate change issue is too complex a subject to just apportion blame willy-nilly onto the veritable human being, especially as no real workable solutions are put forward by the activists and pundits of global warming/climate change theories.

Jun 10

What is in your tog-bag?

Posted by Jawellnofine in wages , wage slave , possessions , philosophy , money , material possessions



May 14

Atheists (whatever) prepare to be humiliated

Posted by thenack in sakkie spannenberg , religion , philosophy , licona , lane craig , hansie wolmarans , God , Christianity , atheism


Wednesday marked a somewhat historic moment in South African history with the first (that I know of) internation philosophical formal public debate between Christians and atheist/naturalists.

South Africans in general are lazy thinkers and also lazy communicators. Whe are not used to these types of debates, but they are quite popular internationally, and even part of election campaigns. You have to know your stuff or you will be humiliated. Of course, with african politics lying and shouting will always get you of the hook, nê Malema. That is, however, not the point.

The two sides in the debate were Dr William Lane Craig ( ) and Dr Michael Licona (ex TUKS which went up against prof Sakkie Spannenberg ( and Prof Hansie Wolmarans (( of the new reformation movement.

The topic of the debate was:

A. Did the writers of the New Testament want their readers to understand with that Jesus rose physically from the dead?

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