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"It's the Best Explanation We Have." "Is It Really?" "But I Believe!"

Time: Ten thousand years ago. Gods are the best explanation for everything. In the day they give light so people can see what they do, and…

Started by Tom Sarbeck

69 yesterday
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If you woke up tomorrow...

DISCLAIMER: This discussion is a thought experiment. I realise that God/Gods cannot be proved or disproved so please answer this discussion…

Started by Simon Mathews

104 Jun 24, 2015
Reply by Tom Margolis

Clamping Down On Criminal Thoughts — A Better Way To Lower The Crime Rate?

(Reuters) - A New York City police officer accused of plotting to kidnap and cannibalize women had been having dark fantasies since he was…

Started by Unseen

19 Mar 1, 2013
Reply by Richard E. Robertson

Dualism and Monism from an Atheistic viewpoint

Preface – this discussion originated in another thread which can be viewed here: http://www.thinkatheist.com/forum/topics/fellow-atheists-w

Started by Anon

50 Feb 1, 2013
Reply by Anon

Book Club

Is there a book club on TA? I'm sure most people on here are well versed, or at least well aware of the works of Hitch, Harris, Dawkins and…

Started by Mike Glickman

5 May 27, 2011
Reply by Mike Glickman

Favorite Freethought Songs

I was driving along with my I-pod on random and on kicked A Perfect Cricles version of Imagine. I have at least a dozen songs that are athe…

Started by Gaytor

17 Jan 24, 2011
Reply by Chuck B.

Conformity is immoral

Yes, the word 'conformity' has the stigma of being used only by alternative-loving teenagers. But really, think about it. It is conformity…

Started by Carwyn Mundee

11 Nov 12, 2009
Reply by Carwyn Mundee

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