my re-conversion to atheism from a-religious agnoticism

I’m confused …. you’ve moved from atheist to woolly agnostic? It’s usually the other way around. A few days ago, after reading some atheist posts denying the possibility of any supernatural force behind… Continue reading

equations and a holy number

In an attempt to not be dumb and lazy, I’ve been brushing up on equations.  I think it’s important that I can verify all my words with random numbers and letters.  Let’s explore… Continue reading

thoughts on the new pope

There’s an interesting form of discrimination here in Argentina that I’d forgotten about. Ageism. I don’t know what it’s like in the rest of the world, but in the UK you can’t employ… Continue reading

sin, again

the more I have opened myself to hearing from God, the less hold sin has on my thoughts and behavior There’s a crazy notion on the loose.  Why do people think they’re prone… Continue reading

a word about discrimination

Discrimination is an odd little thing.  Things can look so nice on the surface but it’s all rather grimy underneath.  I live in a country with a female president.  It’s also proud to… Continue reading

my conversion to a-religious agnosticism

I think I’m going to have do an uncool thing here.  I’m going to have to declare myself a big old woolly agnostic.  I don’t have a lack of belief in gods: I… Continue reading

realms of possibility

How an imaginary deity behaves? However you want them to behave. One of the arguments used by atheists to refute the existence of deities is that every religion that’s popped up has been… Continue reading

theism is natural

Like it or not, atheism is the default position. Theism is not automatic or inevitable. Theism is not natural. Theism is completely natural for the human race. I’m not an expert on anthropology,… Continue reading

the art of overthinking

If you won’t read the relevant material why should I have a conversation with you? I appreciate philosophy, I really do.  I like thinking about life, hearing new ideas and seeing things in… Continue reading

let’s hear it for the dogs

We got our first family dog when I was nine years old.  When he died ten years later I was totally devastated.  Grieving when other humans die is normal, but it’s a bit… Continue reading