Politically I have mixed views on various issues where sometimes I agree with conservatives, and other times I agree with liberals. I think that a social market economy is the best economic system, and I prefer this system over free market capitalism and/or socialism.
Concerning religion and theology I would classify myself as a nonreligious theist, with no devotion to any specific religion. I don’t like the absolutism of many religions, and I prefer logic over faith to acquire knowledge. I feel that it’s very foolish to block one’s mind from acquiring new knowledge, or to assume that we know everything about the universe because of blind faith. I even question my own beliefs.
“Condemnation without investigation is the height of ignorance”.—Albert Einstein
“Monotheism is easily the greatest disaster ever to be inflicted on the human race”.—Gore Vidal
“Libertarianism is the enemy of all racism”—Ron Paul
“A new scientific truth does not triumph by convincing its opponents and making them see the light, but rather because its opponents eventually die, and a new generation grows up that is familiar with it.”—Max Planck.
One of the reasons why I oppose the Gender Role Theory, as Ruth E. Hartley has stated better than I ever could: “On the one hand, he is told that he is supposed to be rugged, independent, able to take care of himself, and to disdain “sissies.” On the other, he is forced into close contact with the epitome of all sissy-things-women-for most of his day and he is commanded to obey and learn from them. In other words, he is compelled to knuckle under to that which he has been taught to despise.”