Tag Archive: atheism

disobedience part 1

Babies good? Only if stubbornness, selfishness, willfulness, disobedience are good. I never cease to be amazed by the depth and breadth of opinion that exists in the literate world.  So many basic things I… Continue reading

a reflection of those who created it

“I’m going to be a feminist this year!” I understand that it’s natural to want to believe in a supernatural power guiding and protecting (to a certain extent) humanity. It’s comforting and convenient… Continue reading

the ethical upper hand

I recently turned down a speaking engagement simply on the CHANCE that there would be men in the audience. Is there a simple and pure moral and ethical code that humans can live… Continue reading

the badness of sin

“Please, turn away from your sin – all of your sin ..” I’m a self-evolved atheist.  What I mean is, I was born into a Christian family and accepted their religion as the ‘natural’… Continue reading

neither the inclination nor the time

“Isn’t it amazing?” The topic of divine intervention has been brought to my attention. The kind of thing where someone was ill and because of lots of praying their god decided to cure… Continue reading

all things good

“because you just never know …” I’ve been musing once more about why humans believe in deities. Previously, in pause for lightening strike, I put it down to the need for an extension… Continue reading

pause for lightening strike

“I don’t believe in God” A tentative half-thought on a speeding train at the age of 19, followed by a pause waiting for the lightening strike that never came. It’s difficult to think… Continue reading