Originally posted by KellyJay
Free thinkers or programmable talking heads?
Does anyone here feel like they can predict who will fall on one side or the
other of any discussion?
Has anyone ever surprised you here on what they thought, or do people
really just fall into the camps you think they will?
Here's another question, while we're at it.
If you are confident in your ability to predict people's opinions before you hear them, will you even notice it if they take a position you don't
I like to think I notice when people have opinions outside the stereotype of their religion [or lack thereof].
Examples [taken solely from memory, so the parties named may correct me if needed]:
-FreakyKBH is a Christian, but pro-abortion.
-Suzianne is a Christian, but pro-evolution [actually, I think there are many Christians who are this way, but they tend to be not as outspoken.]
-Whodey is a Christian, but an old-earther [I used to think he was pro-evolution, but then a recent conversation made me unsure about that.]
-BBarr is an atheist [who has not posted here for some years] but only pro-abortion up to the start of the 3rd trimester. [I share this position and I'm also an atheist.]
Years ago, I had a debate with you and you surprised me with "God kills and makes life; humans don't!". [Although this was more a realization that you aren't that precise in your choice of words.]