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Street Epistemology: Is sex binary?

January 29, 2020

This is a facebook discussion about the “controversial” topic of gender theory in academia and society;  between the idea that sex could exist on a spectrum, or that it is binary. I decided to engage in this topic to better understand my own position and challenge someone else’s belief that it is binary. I was able to shed my antiquated beliefs and I hope that my interlocutor could in the future shed theirs also. TRANS RIGHTS!

Our conversation is below. I have censored their name and profile pic. Please be respectful in the comments.

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SE : LDS Missionary – Truth and the Feels

September 27, 2018

Recently I had the opportunity to practice some Street Epistemology with some Mormon Missionaries from Utah that were out proselytizing. It was an awesome experience for me because as a former LDS member during my teen years; I was able to look back at some of my old beliefs and scrutinize them after coming out the other side of religion an Atheist. It also would be my first formal Epistemological interview on religious claims. I had informally been talking with friends about, a universal creator and Bigfoot. But not strangers who were sent by the spirit to bring Gods people back to Zion!

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5 Things I Wish Christians Would Admit About the Bible :REFUTED

July 3, 2015

Original Article @
http://www.relevantmagazine.com/god/5-things-i-wish-christians-would-admit-about-bible

 5 Things I Wish Christians Would Admit About the Bible :REFUTED

1. The Bible Isn’t a Magic Book.
Nor is it a library. The Vedas are a massive tome of stories, poems and prehistory. Yet you would think it’s silly that Manu was created out of Brahma’s toe. The Bible address so few subjects compared to the massive Encyclopedias and scientific lexicons in modern times that would fill Terabytes. It is barely a brochure on the topic of history, science and the human condition that we understand today.

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