Monthly Archives: December 2007

About prejudice, Philip Pullman , Dawkins and Hitchens and the like

    Here Peter T. Chattaway, film critic, interview Philip Pullman on “His Dark materials” books and the new “The Golden Compass“ movie, based on it. The interview statements seems to be a bit more toned down than Pullman’s earlier … Continue reading

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Explanatory post: Not everything is true in Mella-Milloo

  I have spoken to some people on the ‘net that left me totally exasperated. (And I don’t want to link to their forums either.) They make statements about their world view. (For example the statement “No New Testament writer … Continue reading

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Not everything is true in Mella-Milloo

By Retha Faurie  Here in my town of Mella-Milloo I go off to school, just like any of you. But something is strange at the Mella-school. Some kids say things that just are not cool. Some kids here think everything … Continue reading

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The world’s slow stain

(This memorable Reader’s Digest article was published before my birth. When I was in my early twenties, I almost memorized these words. You may ask:: “Why would anybody re-publish a 1968 magazine article?” Read it to understand.) “The World’s Slow … Continue reading

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Abortions to underage girls protects sex criminals, America studies found. What about SA?

This is “16 days of activism for no violence againt woman and children” , right?Right. We want this nation’s (and all other nation’s) children to be safer, right? Right. Sadly, there is a part of SA’s new child act which works against … Continue reading

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