Hi y'all,* newbie here, you can call me Photo. Long story on that nickname, which, no, I probably won't tell. I'm off to Bangkok at the end of the week to join my wife who's been posted to the Bangkok office of her company. So I went and got myself certified to teach English, and found out in the process that I really love teaching and am very excited about my work this year. I know the honeymoon period with TEFL will probably end swiftly probably around the time I have to haggle for my first contract, but I'm hankering to make it a good year anyways.
I'm sure I'll have questions, but I'm too new to this to know what they are yet. But thanks in advance for those who will be helpful to me here!
*(I know, I know, not very grammatically correct, but I do so yearn for a second-person plural in English.)
Go on then, post the offending photos.
Welcome to the board.
Faith, by itself, isn't a good enough reason to believe. Instead, a belief must be defensible through reason, logic, and evidence.
The idea that faith is somehow justified by the fact that the beliefs cannot be proven is a truly Orwellian position to adopt - not to mention intellectually and ethically dangerous.
Thanks for the welcome!