Category Archives: Skepticism

An explanation for the group psychology behind praying in tongues

I believe I have an explanation for the strange group psychology behind “praying in tongues”, as practiced by some born again Christians. Rather than write it as I did in a comment to a reader the other day, I’m introducing … Continue reading

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How I lost my faith

I have written parts of this before, so bear with me, please… A question I have always asked myself is why and how I went from sincerest belief to a position of utter disbelief in about thirty seconds… because that’s … Continue reading

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Is addiction really a disease?

The other day a Facebook friend commented the old line, “Once an addict, always an addict” and repeated the claim that addiction is a disease. I chose not to contradict her because I didn’t think it would do her any … Continue reading

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Jesus the human sacrifice?

This post may be more than a little anti Christian, albeit written as respectfully as I can. If you don’t want to read that, stop reading now. You have been warned. I’ve been watching the first Season of Vikings with … Continue reading

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The problem of evil

No time to write now, but I saw this cartoon and I love how it is so much deeper than it may appear.

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Nope, we don’t all need a god.

And nobody has one. Show me your god… have him drop by and say “Hello”. Yesterday a friend of a friend shared some ignorant comments about atheism by my fellow countryman, Trevor Noah. Well, I guess he fits right in, … Continue reading

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I don’t have any answers to explain how I went from somebody who could not imagine life without meth, to someone who can’t imagine ever using again.

Oh, that’s a horrible title. Excuse me but I’m tired – writing this late on a Sunday night. Plus I need to test Open Live Writer on a newly setup computer. Plus I hate that last post of mine being … Continue reading

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