Tag Archive: agnosticism

what is forgiveness?

I was struck by something that Trayvon Martin’s parents said recently: “As Christians we have to forgive. But it’s a process, and we are still going through that healing process.” It’s understandable in… Continue reading

what we can learn from noah

A short time after the all-knowing god of the Jews and creator of all, God, had created humanity, he realised he’d made a mistake: “The Lord regretted that he had made human beings on the… Continue reading

what would a god look like?

Religions generally present images of their gods, so there are lots of pictures to choose from. Some are based animals, and lots are imaginative mixtures of human, animal and verging on nightmare images.… Continue reading

the point of deism

My best blogging buddy, Ark, has a few problems with the religiously inclined. I share many of his concerns but we often don’t come to the same conclusions on related matters. He has… Continue reading

describing atheism

In my last post, I invited readers to suggest a humorous descriptive label that could be attached to atheism or atheists. I was seeking to create a fair playing field for good-natured and… Continue reading

language for gods and atheists

Is it rude or silly to talk about invisible sky fairies? I’ve just read a comment-disabled post that takes issue with atheists attempting to ridicule Christian beliefs by using inaccurate metaphors. The author suggests:… Continue reading

how harmful is your christianity?

I recently had the pleasure of meeting my best blogging buddy, Clare Flourish. She’s a religious oddity in my opinion: the deity she believes in does appear to be of an actual benevolent… Continue reading

adventure games and personal stories

In blogland, it’s easy to get involved in endless discussions with Christians about evidence, logic and common sense.  To summarise: there’s no evidence for invisible deities; it’s illogical to think your religion is… Continue reading

understanding the god God

There are a few things about the god God that I don’t quite understand. I thought it might be nice to display them in public and see if any of my kind readers… Continue reading

spine-tingling deities

I’m a huge Mike Patton fan. He’s a multi-talented, multi-faceted, multi-genre music-making genius extraordinaire. I love Faith No More, Fantomas, Peeping Tom and even that silly Italian orchestra stuff. Lots of other people… Continue reading