Let’s See What’s in the News Today: 07/30/2011

Economics

Religion

  • 50 Renowned Academics speaking about God: 

Sexuality

  • A study at Utah State University reveals that constant porn viewers don’t change their mental state.  Instead, it comes down to controlling one’s porn consumption and the results are interesting: the more they try to control their urge for sex or porn (mainly from moral or religious reasons), the more likely they were to consider their own pornography use a problem. Indeed, it might actually strengthen the urge for it and exacerbate sexual problems. The effects of pornography—positive or negative—have little to do with the medium itself and everything to do with the person viewing it.

Technology

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About shaunmiller

I am a Ph. D student at Marquette University. The primary purpose of this blog is to get my ideas out there, and then have other people scrutinize, critique, build upon, and systematize beliefs. This blog will sometimes pertain to what I'm learning in my classes, but it will occasionally deal with non-classroom issues that I'm thinking about as well.
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3 Responses to Let’s See What’s in the News Today: 07/30/2011

  1. Daniel says:

    Interesting video from the 50 renowned academics. I wish they had time to lay out their arguments in more detail. Here are the arguments I was able to identify 1: the Problem of evil, 2: Divine Hiddenness, 3: The success of the natural sciences in explaining all phenomena, 4: the presumption of atheism in the absence of evidence. Can you identify any other arguments put forth by the 50 here?

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