Having read the thoughts of Lycurgus, Rousseau and Montaigne on this very important topic, I have written what I think should be the end of all of education.
and many others recorded in various holy or not so holy books did not occur.
Could things have so changed in our times that people no longer walk from the dead, and whenever such are reported, they are met with shock and disbelief?
I argue here that no resurrection could have taken place, and that the circumstantial evidence points to a negative verdict on all the…Continue
Originally published at dividedundergod.com/2015/05/27/an-atheists-open-letter-to-those-praying-for-his-son/
The following open letter may upset you. You may feel insulted because when it comes to matters of faith, people are more apt to take criticism personally and react defensively when their religious beliefs are brought into question. Please know it is not…Continue
Science does it again what a fantastic achievement …Continue
Added by Stephen Brodie on June 14, 2015 at 9:30pm — No Comments
I'm not a great supporter of litigation but surely its time for someone who was tought creationism in school and nothing but creationism to sue the state or federal governments. Creationism is provably absurd and harmful. Whats your opinion on this…Continue
Muslims would tell me that if only i read the Qur'an it would change my life they were right it made me more of an Atheist.
Damon Linker, a writer[?] for The Week, posits that we no longer are honest about our atheism. He is short of calling us lame duck atheists and in this post, I disagree with his thesis pointing out that instead of death of god leading to bleakness and despair it creates the greatest opportunity for human progress and development.
For most people, the debate over freewill and determinism, I think is one fought over a misunderstanding of the debate or of words. To most freewill believers, they take determinism to mean a person with a gun behind your back forcing you to act in a certain way and this I assert is wrong.
In this post I respond to some of the misconceptions by the OP and those who have responded to…Continue
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POLLY AND THE ONE AND ONLY WORLD has been selected as a finalist for the Indiefab 2014 YA Best Book of the Year Awards. The winners will be announced in June at the ALA Convention in San Francisco. I doubt I'll be flying out to SF, but, truly, this is a gratifying achievement in itself.
Here in Eco-fiction is an interview with the author.
Here is a post I wrote in response to a pastor who believes there are some core beliefs each atheist must accept and continued to say there can't be any good atheist.
I answer to the affirmative and show this to be the case in this post where I respond to W. L Craig's essay that life is unlivable in atheism
An atheist witch? You bet!
Let me keep my friends here apprised of the status of POLLY, my edgy YA fantasy, released in October by Green Writers Press. The novel features a maiden witch of tender ability in the craft as she navigates her way through the perils presented by a much-diminished future America. Her hateful pursuers are Christian dominionists. If they catch her, they'll kill her.
Reviews so far have been strong, though hard to come by. It's so difficult…
Added by Don on January 22, 2015 at 8:34am — No Comments
would like contact with other athiests
Do i have to say anything, what shits these people are.
Tomorrow is the day of Ashura, the tenth day of Muharram in the Islamic calendar..
Here are some funny information about that day,, Shia will beat themselves up remembering the death of Imam Hussain (the second Shia Imam), while Sunnis will fasting that same day remembering Moses and calling it the day of atonement as the day on which the Israelites were freed from the Pharaoh,, It is similar to the passover but in a different calendar.
Shia Muslims believe in that this day has…
Autistic people deal with the uncertainties of life’s events in markedly differing ways. Quite frequently it is often only after significant time has been spent reflecting on a given “problem” that its core elements and distinctive characteristics become clear. My job at a TV golf style network in Hartford, CT, provided the patterns and lessons that made this blog possible.
1. Ask to be told in straightforward language. As an autistic person, one of the first challenges…Continue