Essay: British agnostic acknowledges the reasonableness of a User: Conservative editor
"Let your reasonableness be known to everyone." - Philippians 4:5 (ESV)
"Let your gentle spirit be known to all men." - Philippians 4:5 (NASB)
If you combine the translations of the verses above that Apostle Paul wrote, you could translate it to mean: "Let your sweet reasonableness be known to everyone."
So according to a British agnostic, which editor of Conservapedia displays a degree of "sweet reasonableness" higher than various other Conservapedia editors?
A British agnostic, who goes by the moniker Mercian, wrote concerning an editor who uses the User: Conservative account: "[He] ...can make some good points, in some ways he is more rational and reasonable than other CP editors."
I believe that although there are certainly differences between atheists and agnostics, there are similarities too. Has the British agnostic read the articles below?
A majority of the material at Conservapedia on atheism was posted using the User: Conservative account.
A British atheist had some complimentary words to say about Conservapedia's atheism articles which can be seen here: Essay: A British atheist on Conservapedia's atheism articles
Three classic British songs
- United Kingdom national anthem, God Save the Queen (with lyrics)
- Land of Hope and Glory with lyrics - British patriotic song composed in 1902 which makes references to God
- Rule Britannia (With lyric annotations) - Song makes reference to "Heaven's command" and guardian angels
- Essay: Open letter to the British agnostic "Mercian"
- Essay: Message to the British agnostic/evolutionist Mercian
- Essay: To the British agnostic Mercian, re: your bitter obsession with my views on the Manchester Arena bombing
- Comedy and satires concerning atheism and evolution
- A post at an atheist/agnostic wiki written by a British agnostic. The wiki was launched in response to Conservapedia