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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
Sometimes, when I think of the different ways to answer the question, “Why are you an atheist?” or “Why don’t you believe in God?” I really can’t think of simple way to answer that question. I truly fell like I … Continue reading
It was a weekday, and I had just got off work. I had got into my car to drive home, And I had made the turn out of the parking lot passing the Steak n Shake to my left. Then … 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
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
1. Bart Ehrman Ehrman is a professor is a professor at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. He actually attended very conservative bible schools, Wheaton College and Moody Bible Institute. And then went on to receive his PH. D … Continue reading
For those who are not familiar with the background of this video I wanted to highlight something very critical other than the typical ridicule and silliness of it. That Ray Comfort is using a banana (The atheist nightmare) as proof … Continue reading
So a while back one of the elders delivered a message at the church. And this was just a few weeks after I deconverted. In his message he talked about faith, doubt, belief, and unbelief. And in his message he … Continue reading
A Miracle by definition is the suspension of the laws of nature and physics. It by so, that when nature or physical law cannot explain something, that is when something is deemed a miracle. To the skeptic & atheist they don’t believe in miracles; and the religious believer does. So … 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
It was only after reading a book review on the Finding Truth blog about this book did I decide to buy this book on amazon. And I have to say I was pleasantly surprised by how much I enjoyed reading. It … Continue reading
This Post is Part of Series of Post called Dissecting the Anatomy of God. Quick View: Table of Contents, I know this topic is overlapping with Intelligent Design and creationism, but I’ll try to focus primarily on the topic at hand. A … Continue reading