Tag Archive: atheism

if there’s an afterlife

If it’s not lights out, and there is in fact a surprise afterlife, I have a few requests: I don’t want to be trapped with my family for eternity and forced to populate… Continue reading

lurking 4: atheists are racist

As I was accused of anti-Semitism yesterday (although the accuser has so far chosen not to explain the reason for this charge), it seems like a good time to explore the idea that atheists… Continue reading

clarification for christian readers

one-upmanship: the art of outdoing or keeping one jump ahead of a friend or competitor As I state on my ‘About’ page, I’m a bit of a ranter and I like to argue. I have… Continue reading

revelations

I am ALWAYS prepared to answer questions! My league of blog fans are always asking me questions that I never have time to answer, so I thought I’d take a minute to pull… Continue reading

santa claus and fairy tales

I possess strong memories of the experience of awakening to these magical mornings in my childhood. But in addition to wishing to share that experience with my children, I also think that the… Continue reading

lurking 3: how to get to heaven

The third post in my lurking series isn’t from the comments section of a post. It’s a lovely extract from a post that I read a couple of months ago that was so… Continue reading

lurking 2: women! shut up!

This is the second post in my new series publishing comments that surprise me as I lurk round Christian blogs. Two things were brought to my attention yesterday that have affected today’s choice… Continue reading

lurking 1: health and wealth

One of the best things about blogging is lurking round other people’s blogs to get a good sense of what’s going on in nutty corners of the world. I follow a wide variety… Continue reading

questions about killing

Thou shalt not kill. Q: Kill what? A: Humans. Kill as many animals as you like, even if you have no nutritional need for them. They taste nice and, according the Bible, pleasure… Continue reading

lure of the forbidden

In times past, we blamed these dark impulses on the Devil, or on our own weak moral character. We regarded thoughts as but a step away from deeds, and admonished ourselves – or… Continue reading