Monthly Archives: November 2012

Peeking Out the Atheist Closet

Considering that the Holidays are upon us, I’ve been thinking of some of my relationships with my Family and Friends.  In regards to my relationship with my wife, most of the heated discussions surrounding religion have mostly calmed, however there … Continue reading

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The draw of an Evangelistic service.

So for those who don’t know, I still go to church, that’s actually part of my peace-treaty with my wife to keep some of the peace at home.  It’s okay for now.  However there are times when it has its moments. … Continue reading

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What are the Different Types of Reasoning?

So I did a post series a while back on Reasoning as it applies to Faith, Religion, Christianity, Philosophy, and Atheism.  It is a high level overview of all the different types of methods of reasoning and how they apply … Continue reading

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The Ignosticism Position

Ignosticism is not a belief or a non-faith or a worldview.  It is really a principal position when entering into a discussion or debate about ‘What is God?’ and ‘Does God exist?’ I’ve actually seen several slightly differentiating definitions of this, on … Continue reading

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Answering the Well Spent Journey Atheist Questionnaire

So in all fairness to Matt of the Well Spent Journey Blog who took my Theist Challenge. I took his 12 Questions to ask an Atheist.  In addition he does have a very interesting summary post, on the different answers … Continue reading

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Content and Deluded

For me personally and emotionally my-deconversion process would not have been so emotionally difficult had I not loved being a Christian.  However the truth is I never hated my Christian experience or the Christian lifestyle.  I actually thoroughly enjoyed it.  I enjoyed being a … Continue reading

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Religion, Government, and People

“Religion is regarded by the common people as true, by the wise as false, and by rulers as useful.” – Seneca the younger 4BC- 65 AD *In light that today is election day in the U.S.,I felt it only appropriate … Continue reading

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An Interesting Depiction of Christianity

I remember seeing this a while back, and what struck me about it was not the mocking overtone of the comment.  But that the only thing that I could disagree with as being wrong, was the zombie part.  The other question that … Continue reading

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