Tag Archive: common sense

misleading discussions about generic gender roles

There is a war on women being waged right now. It seeks to erase who we are as women, to replace our value as wives and mothers, with our ability to pursue wealth… Continue reading

the fine line in intolerant extremism

It’s interesting to note the fine line that exists between the ranting extremists on two sides of the same fence. Take the ranty, irrational Christian versus the ranty, irrational atheist. There’s not much… Continue reading

my favourite exchange of the month

Sometimes, on the lurk round other blogs, one stumbles across gem-like interactions between fellow bloggers in the comments section. Two of my very favourite bloggers had something very cool to say to each… Continue reading

being sane is over-rated

In my last post, I pondered the evidence for and against the existence of any of the many gods that humans have believed in down through the ages. In the discussion that followed,… Continue reading

evidence for the existence of invisible things that leave no physical trace

Logically and scientifically speaking it takes as much evidence to prove there is no god than that there is one. On a short lurk today, I stumbled across this sentence in the comments… Continue reading

wonky world views

My best blogging buddy, Insanitybytes, always manages to throw a post together to get me thinking. In her recent post, Under God, Own It, she tells us “that God wants America to remember who… Continue reading

facing reality

Insanitybytes gives some food for thought when she challenges our perceptions of reality in her latest post. I think she’s correct to state that “in an instant, your entire perception of reality can change”.… Continue reading

how do you know you’re going to heaven?

Our friends at Grace Church have an application form for people who want to become members. One of the questions on the application form is quite intriguing: How do you know you are… Continue reading

lurking 13: whose side are you on?

Some Christian bloggers say the weirdest things. So weird, it’s difficult to tell whether they’re arguing for or against their god God. Take this selection from the work of 6 days/6000 years/66 books:… Continue reading

how to justify embarrassing bible verses – part 2

These posts may seem light in tone but they cover serious issues. Rape, for example, isn’t anything to take lightly and while it’s possible to laugh at Bible stories and be amused at Christians… Continue reading