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I can’t help but wonder whats more foolish? Rejecting a religion after its holy book, Or rejecting all other religions after reading just one holy book? The reason I ask this rhetorical question, because we are guilty of this mindset … Continue reading
An Atheist’s Christmas -by Kim Cole Can you hear the bells? Can you hear the bells? Can you hear them calling? Listen to the bells Listen to the bells Look, the boundary’s falling I can smell the trees All so … 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
For really where they contradict is in the thinking of evidence and faith and how it applies to daily worldviews. That you can live in a world where faith and religion don’t contradict, but you have to separate the domain … Continue reading
Now some of my counterparts might disagree with this post but I must confess at the core of traditional fundamental biblical Christianity it contradicts with science. We would be disillusioned to think that religion and science are not at war … Continue reading
After doing my post series on the Anatomy of a Perfect God, I wanted to finish it off with one final question: Does the concept of God even make sense? Is the idea of a Perfect God illogical? The Philosophy … 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
Does Prayer Work? That is the Scientific question. There have been many studies over the last 65 years as pertaining to the effectiveness and verifiability of the assured applicability of prayer. The majority of the studies have taken place under … Continue reading
“The deepest sin against the human mind is to believe things without evidence.” –Thomas H. Huxley ******** “What can be asserted without evidence can also be dismissed without evidence.” –Christopher Hitchens ******** “It is wrong always, everywhere, and for anyone, … Continue reading
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
This will probably be my last questionnaire post, I like doing them, because they are fun, simple, and easy to do. But they don’t serve the true purpose of the blog, which is too examine and evaluate the belief in … Continue reading
Originally posted on Triangulations:
Let’s start with a Bible quote and my coined definition: …Always be ready to give a defense to everyone who asks you a reason for the hope that is in you, with meekness and fear; —…
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