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Pointing out that Bechly lost his job as a museum curator after revealing his support for the theory of Intelligent Design, Klinghoffer says the Wikipedia page deletion is “another act of censorship” against his colleague.
“We have documented a range of instances of censorship and intimidation,” Klinghoffer added.
Or please stop looking at us as if we were some kind of ridiculous alien species.
[I] was not baptized, didn’t join any kind of religious education, never went to church, so I was completely irreligious.” “My conversion was based on a critical evaluation of empirical data and philosophical arguments, following the evidence wherever it leads,” he wrote on his personal blog. Usually, girls like to glean a few inches here and there. And the fact that God was generous giving us extra inches doesn’t mean our biggest concern is to get noticed everywhere we go. Like me, they know they need to smile a lot when they meet new girls – #1.defusing – and like me, either they try to be witty to show they also have brains (something we have in common with the blonde ladies maybe) – #.2 anchor – or they do not yet have enough confidence and are most of the time reserved and quiet, looking like everything they’re not : stuck-up b*tches – #3. The first thing I would like to say to our shorter female fellows is that we generally feel bigger next to them than they feel small next to us.A Roman Catholic, Bechly says he grew up in a secular home but concluded later that the evidence for Darwinian evolution is weak and the data pointing to Intelligent Design is strong.“Many people think that somebody who comes to doubt the neo-Darminian process and embraces intelligent design probably was religious from the very beginning, probably is an evangelical Christian, and has his axes to grind—his religious axe to grind,” Bechly said in a documentary published recently on You Tube by the Discovery Institute.