Tag Archive: blogging

seeing good in others

I was inspired recently by Clare Flourish to look for something I can agree with in blogs I dislike. I think this is an interesting idea that encourages us to reflect on positive and… Continue reading

an opportunity to talk about me

Where are you hateful? read your blog. Or better yet, I suggest an open post asking the same question, and let all who find your site tell you. One of my many blog… Continue reading

an invitation to chat with mark about morality

And I’d like to think that even among my critics I’ve shown pretty well why simply saying “morality is a result of evolution” is not a good response as far as the moral… Continue reading

I’m so glad I’m not female

This post was inspired by the Quiner’s Diner’s article “I’m so glad I’m not Black”.  [edit: Since this post was published Mr Quiner of the Diner has amended the title and some of… Continue reading

comment of the month – dedicated to Ark

(picture by Ark, all rights reserved, used without permission) You may be familiar with the blogging works of Arkenaten, one of the most vociferous atheist bloggers around, who normally receives nothing but patronising… Continue reading

taking a break

Dear Legions of Blog Fans After 9 months of dedicated blogging, during which I have spread wisdom and logic to every corner of our fair planet, I am sorry to inform you that… Continue reading

how to apply crank salt

My bestest blogging buddy and ranting mentor is handsome Egyptian dude, Arkenaten. Like me, he thinks it improbable that invisible deities actually exist, and he doesn’t hold many organised religions in particularly high… Continue reading

there must be more to life than this

When I’m a little bored of lurking round random spots, one of my favourite places to revisit is any old post by John Zande. If you don’t have the Superstitious Naked Ape on… Continue reading

do you like to troll?

In Internet slang, a troll (/ˈtroʊl/, /ˈtrɒl/) is a person who sows discord on the Internet by starting arguments or upsetting people, by posting inflammatory, extraneous, or off-topic messages in an online community… Continue reading

an evidence-based christian approach to abortion

I find it fascinating when people post their frankly atrocious opinions about the world on public blogs, then remove the right to comment. It’s understandable that many Christians out there are aware they… Continue reading