Thank you for your question. I believe in doing good and i believe in information because i want to learn always. If together we can do good and learn from each other and transform the world through free thinking. Then the world will leave a free mind from being enslaved in religion which business is benefiting a few. Thank you very much
Thanks for your cheers, free thinking is the nice way to leave in. In our culture before the coming of religion was free thinking but the religion distorted it making it a pagans way of living. I will stand in my society in order to have my people free thinkers
Thanks Loren for welcoming me in the gang, i have suffering with poverty without any one helping me and while i was loyal in the church spending my time doing all the church work including writing fundamental proposals for the church projects and my children were studying from christian institutions , not until until i was introduced to the non believers who have helped me have my children study. The bible says "blessed is the hand that giveth than the hand that revieveth, but there is no good in believing in God who they say he recieveth but he does not give. What is the meaning. I hope we shall stay together and we shall keep together and know our selves. In Africa it is worse, we need your help for people to understand the truth
I wish that I had allowed more time to add many more fine thoughts from my friends. Trouble was that I prepared the bulk of the book of atheist quotations between 2000 and about 2014, and then other priorities (chiefly in academic archaeology, fieldwork and writing) took over.
Loren Miller, 14 November 2009, Atheist Nexus: "We live now in the age of science, methodology and logic, where rational thought is slowly but surely displacing superstition as the primary means of evaluating our reality, how it behaves and what we can do with it. The brand of "crossing your fingers" which Pascal's Wager represents has no place and is unsupportable by any form of rational analysis."
Re Quote of the Day: "Something which does not exist cannot help us, but chronic dependence on something which fails to exist does active harm to all of us." Loren C. Miller. From page 82, of the book "Q".