When I logged on here today I pulled up the blogs stats on a whim and one interesting thing I learned is that the vast majority of people that have stopped by are in Russia. Pretty cool!
So a bit busy with tests for school right now. The next couple weeks are going to be pretty hellish for me as I finish up the semester. But just over 3 months until my BSN (RN) degree if I can keep it up so that's pretty exciting. I thought since I wolnt be updating too much in the next two weeks Id put something up now so this blog doesnt look so dead, dont worry about the absence though Ive been amassing interesting articles with interesting ideas/news in science/other things to write about so when this set of exams is over I should be fairly prolific on here. One interesting thing I learned in checking the stats on here I learned something interesting, the vast majority of people that have stopped by are in Russia. Pretty cool!
Since Im going to be a bit scarce for the time being I thought Id put something up to try and get some comments (and down the road Ill probably come back to refine this set of questions because I think they're interesting) so heres some questions for yall out there:
-According to the bible unrepentant sinners are punished for eternity in hell, what do you think about it? Is it fair to punish someone infinitely for minor infractions/how sinful would one have to be in order to deserve this? Or do you think this is really what the bible says?
-Christians disagree on whether its works or faith that gets a person accepted into heaven, if you've read the bible, whats your view on what it says about this?
-Assuming we can take a modified approach to Pascals wager and say maybe there is a god (or gods) and we wanted to have the best chance of getting it right, what religious tradition would you pick and why?
-There a non-religious view on pre-determinism that says our decisions are essentially predetermined because we are all essentially biological calculators. In the same way that when 2+2 is put into a calculator it will spit out a 4, when certain inputs are given to us (i.e. a set of comments plus a specific situation) we don't actually choose our decision, instead our decision is already set and will be the same given the same input. So if you could rewind your life to a certain point and relive everything, but you didn't bring back any additional knowledge then your life would play out exactly like it already has. SO my question then is do you think that we have free will or not (if you don't feel this is a fair definition of free will then give why and say if you think we have free will or not in your definition)
Also feel free to post any questions on anything here for me, Ill try to answer in a fairly timely fashion and if its a really interesting question Ill do a post on it.