Tag Archive: agnosticism

the atheist handbook

I don’t think most atheists are familiar with their philosophy and/or philosophers or past & present pioneers/leaders in atheist philosophy. … I had a discussion with an atheist coworker, and he didn’t even know… Continue reading

abortion – what do you want?

Violet; you and others with your outlook on this subject are what is sick in America. God help you. (John R. Hugo on Quiner’s Diner) Surprisingly, I agree with right-wing Christians that high numbers… Continue reading

the christian imagination

I imagine some men may well prefer a harem or polygamy, or perhaps unlimited sexual access with no commitment or responsibilities. Than we have the women who prefer no relationship at all, who… Continue reading

bad research and the dangers of groupthink

Recently there was much outrage over the alleged anti-homosexuality law in Uganda, but if you read the actual law it was speaking of forced sexual contact with minors with the intent to give them… Continue reading

caught in the middle – are gender differences real?

A teacher in the USA recently got caught up in a mini-storm about how she managed play in the classroom. In an effort to ensure that girls became more accustomed to using building… Continue reading

the difference between ‘thought control’ and ‘being considerate’

That is the cultural struggle we are having in the US right now. There are some who wish to exchange freedom for political correctness, who believe in patrolling and regulating not only speech,… Continue reading

christians play russian roulette with syrian refugees

Quiner’s Diner published an interestingly xenophobic graphic the other day in their post “The Refugee Dilemma“. A picture of a gun loaded with one bullet, and the words “refugee roulette”. I agree that… Continue reading

breaking news: bible translation errors discovered

You heard it here first folks! All English versions of the Bible have been mistranslated. This accounts for some Christians around the world getting conflicting advice from their personal discussions with the god… Continue reading

ways to indoctrinate our children

That certainly does explain my atheist parents! Actually, their indoctrination was based on knee jerk emotionalism, politics, and personal wounds and rebellion from their own past. I can hear the same anger and… Continue reading

christianity: a security blank with thorns

When my 3-year-old asked some probing questions about death recently, it occurred to me that if I was a Christian, the answers could tumble more freely from my mouth. “Grandpa’s gone to live in heaven… Continue reading