Monthly Archive: February, 2014

dealing with the problem of men

Curious that it is hard for us to condemn the hungry for being motivated by their hunger, yet easy for us to judge the rapist for being motivated by theirs. Christians say a… Continue reading

giant aircrafts to fly again!

Notestoponder has a great blog with regular musings on a wealth of randomly interesting topics. A few weeks ago she pondered Zepplins – those fascinating flying machines of yore that look oddly more… Continue reading

nice people in action

As for you, Nate, I trust that you are seeking truth and remaining intellectually honest by affirming atheism. And, I would not be surprised if your morality exceeded that of many Christians. I… Continue reading

woe to those who make unjust laws

In response to the recent bill that’s been passed in Arizona, which will allow Christians to discriminate against same sex couples and refuse them service, I thought it might be nice to draw up… Continue reading

why sin makes no sense – stealing

When it comes to over-simplifying choices we make in life and generalising on the usefulness of certain types of behaviour, the commonly used label ‘sin’ has a lot to answer for. Let’s take… Continue reading

fear of death and misbehaving

Lurking around Christian posts can give a real insight into their preoccupations. Two things that stand out as particularly problematic for them are the looming thunderhead of death, and an intense fear that… Continue reading

emergency plan christianity

There are many environmental causes (besides indoctrination) that can mess with the head and make one think they have experienced god or demons. Neuronotes has a fascinating blog about the brain. It makes me realise… Continue reading

a message for the catholic church

Child abuse of any kind is something that should NEVER happen anywhere at anytime. We need to address this as a global issue, not a church issue. But as far as the Catholic… Continue reading

why christianity makes no sense

The following quote from Nate is the best argument against the illogical nature of Christian beliefs I’ve ever seen (besides the Bible itself, obviously). Has Nate discovered the elusive cure for Christianity? It’s… Continue reading

youthful misconceptions and a random world

There’s a saying here in Scotland, “What’s for you won’t go by you.” I expect there’s a similar way of expressing this sentiment in most countries and in most languages. We humans have… Continue reading