I commented recently on post called “Mild Paedophilia in Light of Atheism”1. The post decried Dawkins for his use of the phrase “mild paedophilia”, and I didn’t mention in the comment that without context the phrase may have been entirely legitimate2. What I did mention is that the blogger was being inconsistent: where the blogger would not accept Dawkins’ suggestion of some sort of low-level and culturally acceptable paedophilia (via some sort of history-based moral revisionism), the blogger himself is at no odds with the slavery of the Bible. When I pointed this out I got some predictable excuses and responses, so I wish to discuss them on my blog. I’ll quote the blogger and then respond. If you are worried about me taking him out of context, the source material is linked at the top3.
“A popular critique of the Biblical…
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There is absolutely a problem with a World that has such a high rate of child abuse, and it is not brought out as much as it should be because this is organized and high up. It was popular back in the days of Babylon, it continued with this insane abuse in the Vatican of all places, and now it shows up in high members of our Society just like thousands of years ago….
i cannot say enough about how sad and disturbing this all is, but these people are not just isolated weirdos, which there are. They are rich and famous and are connected. Would it be a crazy thought, since thee people are already acting Evil and insane, to think there were Rituals going on? Like the old days….
i really believe there are Rituals going on….Researchers have made many connections between Aliens and Children, and not…
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By Dr. Peregrino Brimah
Senate proceeding was about renunciation and not child marriage
Firstly, it is important to correct an outrageous error that spread as fast as bad news is know to, all over the Nigerian media and blogosphere. The senate proceedings on child marriage were actually not about child marriage. Section 29 is in respect to the right of a married lady no matter how young, to be empowered “of age,” to take important decisions like renunciation of her citizenship, if she so desires–to seek foreign asylum for instance. Being “of age” after a legal marriage is global legislative setting which proffers on the individual various rights and abilities to make decisions and choices to be respected by all parties and the state, as well as entitlements. Marriage must first have occurred legally and the topic of marriage age and requirements is not covered under section 29 in view.
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