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(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
For me personally, when I think of my non-belief in a formal fashion and think of all the different -isms out there, I have to be honest. I can relate to all of them, and to a degree they all … Continue reading
In my previous post I talked about how among the opinion of the general populace that even though many say that there is no contradiction among religion and science. The christian community is struggling in this area because nearly a … Continue reading
This Post is Part of Series of Post called Dissecting the Anatomy of God. Quick View: Table of Contents, The bible says we should judge a tree by the fruit that it bears, so for the sake of being biblically sound we … Continue reading
Bible Difficulty #11 Confusion-1 Corinthians 14:33 “God is not a God of confusion [disorder] but of peace…” (NIV) other versions say “God is not the author of confusion, but of peace….”(KJV) So is God the creator or not the creator … Continue reading
For those who know me I typically don’t blog too much on personal matters, and that’s really just my temperament. And thats also how I deal with people in the real world. However this is something I feel like venting about. … Continue reading
How could an infinite God take on limitations? Could God still be infinite if he is limited? Well before we tackle this question, let’s define the topic as according to some traditional apologetics. “The infinite nature of God simply means … Continue reading
Considering my Situation I asked TCC of the Help Me in My Unbelief Blog to do a guest contribution post on the topic of an Atheist-Christian marriage and the difficulties surrounding that. When I first deconverted about nine months ago, the final blow occurring … Continue reading
Since I’ve become a non-Christian, I have not attended any skeptic or atheist group meetups in my area. I have wanted and mentioned to my wife about visiting a UU church, but my wife has been firmly against that idea. Knowing that; … Continue reading
So a little over a week ago, I picked up my wife’s phone and I noticed a text message from her brother. The text was him asking her (about me), “So what do he believe in now?” I actually had mixed feeling … Continue reading
Go to Main Menu or Start at the Introductory Page Inductive Reasoning Inductive reasoning is a form of inference argumentation that uses analogies, examples, observations, and experiences to form conclusive propositions. It is used mostly to explain properties and relations to … Continue reading
Go to Main Menu or Start at the Introductory Page Analogical Reasoning Analogical reasoning is a method of processing information that compares the similarities between new & understood thoughts, and then uses those similarities to gain understanding of the new … Continue reading
Introduction to Reasoning TABLE of CONTENTS for Reasoning with Faith, Religion, and Atheism Part 1.- Introduction to Reasoning and Fallacious Reasoning Part 2.- Circular Reasoning Part 3.- Analogical Reasoning Part 4.- Reductive Reasoning Part 5.- Abductive Reasoning Part 6.- Inductive … Continue reading