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And here we have part 4. Originally published on my old blog on 23 January 2014. This was the first time I tried to articulate my arguments against religion, and I don’t think I did a bad job of it. … Continue reading
This is the third part of my four-part series on atheism. This one was originally published on my old blog on 20 January 2014. Where part 2 left off, I was eight years old, and had completed my first confession … Continue reading
This is the second part of my series on atheism. This one was first published on my old blog on 17 January 2014. Where part 1 left off, I was six years old, and two weeks into my very short … Continue reading
A new Facebook friend asked how all her atheist friends came to be atheists… So here it is for me, a series I wrote on atheism and first published on my old blog. Although I’d mentioned my atheism in passing … Continue reading
Sometimes all debating with apologists seems rather pointless, because no matter how well thought out, no matter how well stated, no matter how logical our arguments can be, we are faced with shit like this… This is about his fourth … Continue reading
Another thought experiment: Assuming you are a religious person and know in your heart that your religion is right, imagine that you’d been born into a different religion
Oops, I did it again. Today you don’t have to excuse the long title. (See yesterday’s thought experiment here.) I’m not going to make a habit of posting thought experiments, but this one had a lot to do with me … Continue reading
A little mind-bender for you: Assuming you are a Christian, and are waiting for the return of Jesus, what would you accept as evidence of his return?
Excuse the long title. A friend’s recent Facebook share – something about what would happen if Jesus showed up today – got me to remember this. Bear with me… this is a question from the 16 year old version of … Continue reading