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These words of Barry Goldwater ring so true. Because in my own dealings with the heart of Christianity any compromise in their own eyes is a compromise of their faith. And that just can’t happen. For many of them feel … Continue reading
This is a story about something that happened to me at work a few days ago. So that morning when getting ready for work, I woke up earlier than usual so I had a little time to burn. I checked … Continue reading
It’s another milestone for the Bittersweet End Blog. My 200th post I never would have thought when I first started blogging that I would have enjoyed it so much nor reaching 200 completed post (and also 60,000 views). One thing … Continue reading
This is a very interesting de-conversion story of Daniel Everett as he tried to evangelize to an indigenous (atheist) Amazonian Tribe. And in his attempt to convert them, he himself converted to a non-believer. *He also has a book about … Continue reading
I read this article awhile ago on the website Alternet. Bronnie Ware is an Australian nurse who spent several years working in palliative care, caring for patients in the last 12 weeks of their lives. She recorded their dying epiphanies … Continue reading
This is the last post in my Religion vs Science Series. Different Worldviews of Faith and Science I would definitely say that a christian/religious worldview contradicts that of a scientific world view. For in a religious worldview morality, faith, God, … Continue reading
It has been a year since I have come out to my wife and pastor, that I am no longer a christian. Really it has been an up and down emotional journey. I have to admit in the beginning of … Continue reading
I am free from the mental oppression and mental bondage of Christianity. “I am free to think the things I think, free to appreciate the world around me for what it is, free to live my life now and not … Continue reading
Do whatever you WANT to do. Do whatever you NEED to do. Do whatever you HAVE to do. -But make sure you do all three.
By Bart S. Phillips I once believed the voice inside my head was God. I once believed the voice in me that said That taking things that are not mine is wrong, That hitting and hurting others is wrong, That … Continue reading
Reblogged from Belief in People: Today is a big day for me. It finally happened. Today is the Sunday of me not going to church anymore. If you’re new here, it will probably help to know that, although I’ve been … Continue reading
Being in a Mixed marriage Christian-Atheist, the issues that come up, and overcoming the issues of dogma
One of the common struggles of a newly de-converted believer is his/her relationship with their believing spouse. So I asked Limey from the Confessions of a Y.E.C. Blog to give a little of his background, experiences, and advise for one … Continue reading
In the Face of Death Jimmy Valvano gives a moving farewell speech at the ESPY Awards of ESPN. Stricken with Cancer, he needed help just getting up the stairs. He delivers an emotional sonnet on how precious life is and how precious … Continue reading
I saw this questionnaire on the Bold Questions Blog, and it was also cited on the Everyday Infidel blog. I thought this was a good questionnaire, because it is designed around introducing yourself in a light-hearted fashion. 1. At what point … Continue reading