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Onyango Makagutu
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Onyango Makagutu left a comment for Abbe Panzer
"Welcome to AU Abbe"
Onyango Makagutu left a comment for Mariana Alemán
"Welcome to AU. Hope you get to make friends and contribute to our many discussions and groups"
Onyango Makagutu left a comment for ASWALL
"Scientologist! You are the first one am meeting. I hope to learn something about scientology from you. Welcome man, I hope you enjoy your stay."
Jan 21
Onyango Makagutu left a comment for Abhishek Supertramp
"Hello Abhishek and welcome to AU"
Jan 20
Onyango Makagutu left a comment for David R. Menapace
"Hello David and welcome to AU."
Jan 20
Onyango Makagutu replied to Chris Lunce's discussion Questions I have for Atheists
"Does being an atheist make me happy? It doesn't make me happy or sad just the same way not playing football doesn't make me feel happy or sad.  I don't try to invalidate anyone's claim to have experienced something out of…"
Jan 20
Onyango Makagutu replied to Atheist Universe's discussion Introduce Yourself
"Hi and welcome Chris. "
Jan 19
Onyango Makagutu replied to Chris Lunce's discussion Questions I have for Atheists
"Hi Chris. By asking if it is because an omnipresent god can't be proved scientifically would imply there is some other evidence for this god. I don't know if you know of any that we could refer to? I don't know what happens after…"
Jan 19
Onyango Makagutu left a comment for Kevin Black
"Hey Kevin, welcome to AU. "
Jan 18
Onyango Makagutu replied to Stephen Brodie's discussion Saudi Arabia declares all atheists are terrorists in new law.
"Yes, that makes it very scary. Are they going to employ thought police? This sounds like 1984 "
Jan 16
Onyango Makagutu replied to Stephen Brodie's discussion Saudi Arabia declares all atheists are terrorists in new law.
"This is insane"
Jan 16
Onyango Makagutu commented on Stephen Brodie's photo


"Nothing to say here. Quite poignant"
Jan 14
Onyango Makagutu replied to Stephen Brodie's discussion Before and after
"I think that is taking orthodoxy too far"
Jan 14
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"Welcome Hanna to AU"
Jan 12
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"Welcome to AU Solomon Hope to see you here more frequently"
Jan 11
Onyango Makagutu left a comment for Lace Wanders
"Welcome to AU. Hope you will find time to contribute to our many discussions and also make friends"
Jan 9

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Saw some references from TA site.

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Quest for the historical Jesus

Posted on September 7, 2014 at 4:38am 2 Comments

Here is a challenge that seeks answers to the age old question of the historicity of Jesus. A question that was at the centre of debate in the early years of Christianity and still goes on to this date.

I have here added just a few more questions to the…


A few questions to ponder

Posted on March 31, 2014 at 5:30am 5 Comments

That time of the year when Christians celebrate Easter is soon here with us. As they wait, I have a few questions that maybe a few of them would help put shed some light on.

1. If Moses was inspired and the book of the law was lost and destroyed and later written by Ezra, was he [Ezra] also inspired and if yes was the inspiration of Moses important? [WE are granting for argument's sake Moses walked on the planet]

2. HOW was David ancestry important in the life of Jeebus if he…


Antitheism: A reflection

Posted on February 4, 2014 at 11:24am 3 Comments

Why do we not see arguments for antitheism, that is, for people who believe in an omnipotent, omniscient and omnimalevolent being? Is it rational or emotional?

Christopher New offers a reflection. I have highlighted some of his arguments in a post and they are worth looking at.

The fool has said in his heart there is no god

Posted on January 30, 2014 at 2:33pm 2 Comments

You must have read the 14th Psalm where the above verse is found. 

I have written a post in response to a Catholic who in her writing consider the atheist a fool for not believing fairy tales or for dismissing miracles and prophecy.

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At 3:11pm on December 25, 2014, Davy said…

Happy Birthday Onyango. Have a pleasant day mate. Wishing you all the best for to-day and all the days yet to come between this day and the same day next year! 

At 12:56pm on November 28, 2014, Stephen Brodie said…

Thank you Onyango for your kind wishes 

At 4:14pm on November 22, 2014, Jonathan Ssempala said…

i actually went to the same university with that journo who lost her faith.She was a friend of a friend.I am a data analyst.I knew a few atheists personally as most don't want to come out as atheists coz of the stigma attached.

At 10:53am on November 21, 2014, Joel Glenn Brumfield said…

Hi and thanks for the message. its nearly impossible to be an atheist here in America we are even more hated than the gays. The religious masses dont want any free thinkers to rock their boat.

At 2:02am on November 21, 2014, Jonathan Ssempala said…

Africa i bet is still a long way but it is moving with the likes of Leo Igwe.

At 1:15am on November 21, 2014, Jonathan Ssempala said…

Good idea neighbour.How is the atheist experience over there.Here it is still low key.People can't believe you can be atheist.They use the Pascal's Wager to put fear into non believers and doubters.

At 5:54am on June 25, 2014, Gia said…

Thanks Onyango

At 10:26am on March 10, 2014, Hope said…

Thank you so much for the kind birthday wishes, Onyango :-)

At 1:29pm on February 25, 2014, archaeopteryx said…

"Thank ya! Thank ya verra much!"
~ Elvis ~

At 6:52am on December 30, 2013, Chris said…

I'm glad that at least one of the scores is indigenous to your community.  I heard a banjo (?).

I took an Architectural class in Middle School. The teacher's name was Mr. Larson. He was one of the best teachers I ever had. Even though the class only lasted half the class year his instruction  and influence continues to influence my appreciation for building and city design. As I age I become more interested in energy conservation and sustainability for housing, cities and communities - especially when it comes to landscape - specifically - edible landscapes with the idea of water conservation. I hate that mowed grass (lawns) are so popular here in the U.S. I think everyone should have vegetable gardens and fruit, or nut trees rather than ornamental plants and trees. I inherited my parent house. They removed the lawn years ago during a drought and planted some edibles. it was planted with the idea of attracting birds, bees and beneficial insects. I intend on tearing most of it out and planting edible plants. I started doing this last summer. It will take me a while to do do this.  The deer ate a bunch of my bell chili (pepper) plants. They left the tomatoes alone though.  I tore them out by the root before the first hard freeze and have them protected in my garage so the fruit can continue to ripen. I picked some ripe tomatoes off them this afternoon. When I lived in Oregon (where it would get down to -28 C) I had a large garden and was getting ripe tomatoes into February.


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