Tag Archives: begging the question

I don’t believe in God, but I still hate him anyways

(I initially did not want to write this post, because it felt it too emotional and selfish on my behalf.  But after thinking about it several days, I thought it was still too emotional and selfish, but at the same … Continue reading

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Frederick Sparks: Why I am an Atheist?

I am an atheist because I have never seen any real evidence of any gods of any kind. Even as a child it bothered me that god did not act in obvious and public ways as depicted in the Bible. … 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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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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Reasoning with Faith, Religion, and Atheism…Circular Reasoning (Part 2)

Go to Main Menu or Start at the Introductory Page Circular Reasoning To most circular reasoning is more of a logical fallacy than a valid argument.  This is assumed so because circular reasoning resembles that of the Begging the Question Fallacy.  The … Continue reading

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