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Is that a Light up ahead?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Reg The Fronkey Farmer Dec 15, 2015. 112 Replies

In the post Cleansing the Sinner I asked could Christians show me how I could come to know their God. I was finding it very…Continue

Cleansing the Sinner.

Started this discussion. Last reply by Davis Goodman Dec 11, 2015. 160 Replies

According to Trevor the reason I am unable to know his God is because I am cut off from him by my sin.The only reason you do not know or experience or communicate with God is that you are cut off…Continue

Sunday Disassembly

Started this discussion. Last reply by Pope Beanie Oct 28, 2014. 31 Replies

Sunday Assembly is a growing phenomenon across the world. Take a look at this story and…Continue

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Turnabout

Started this discussion. Last reply by Belle Rose Aug 18, 2014. 1 Reply

  A Swedish minister…Continue

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Daniel W. replied to Reg The Fronkey Farmer's discussion 'Sunday School May 28th 2017' in the group Sunday School
"I read somewhere that human prehistoric culture may have been influenced by our early association with canines - that wolf packs had elements of mutual cooperation, caring for one another, that were mord developed than found in primates.  I am…"
37 minutes ago
Daniel W. replied to Reg The Fronkey Farmer's discussion 'Sunday School May 28th 2017' in the group Sunday School
"I guess I read "religion" as any religion, whether monotheistic, polytheistic, animistic, pre or post Hebrew, pre or post the dawn of history, anywhere.  If christians are so theocentric as to claim that their, relatively recent and…"
47 minutes ago
Davis Goodman replied to Reg The Fronkey Farmer's discussion 'Sunday School May 28th 2017' in the group Sunday School
"From what you are saying it seems as though human beings have a vague template for moral and ethical rules and that they are filled up partly by innate drives/instincts, such as cooperating with family, protecting family, emotional bonds ... as well…"
7 hours ago
Simon Paynton replied to Reg The Fronkey Farmer's discussion 'Sunday School May 28th 2017' in the group Sunday School
""some consistency which is informed by a shaping and growing world view."  - according to my sketchy understanding, I think this would be "a sense of right and wrong" or true morality.  This is made up of 1) feeling a…"
9 hours ago
Davis Goodman replied to Reg The Fronkey Farmer's discussion 'Sunday School May 28th 2017' in the group Sunday School
"Did ability to make reflexive decisions AND jugements emerge at the same time as strange-explanations-of-misunderstood-things? Intuitively I would imagine it would go hand in hand. They form a negative feedback loop where increasingly specific moral…"
9 hours ago
Simon Paynton replied to Reg The Fronkey Farmer's discussion 'Sunday School May 28th 2017' in the group Sunday School
"Human morality is based in cooperation, combined with the capacity for empathic concern and helping which is present within all birds and mammals, since they care for their young.  I think that logically, this need for cooperation must have…"
11 hours ago
Simon Paynton replied to Reg The Fronkey Farmer's discussion 'Sunday School May 28th 2017' in the group Sunday School
"I agree, I think you're right.  I think there's one extra thing that Christianity brings to the table: the "maximising ethic".  All of us are called to be "good", but Christians (and, I presume,…"
11 hours ago
Reg The Fronkey Farmer replied to Reg The Fronkey Farmer's discussion 'Sunday School May 28th 2017' in the group Sunday School
"My problem is not recognizing where Christianity may have had a positive influence on morality. It is with the idea that if it were not for Christianity that we would not have any morals whatsoever. Christians try to claim that if it was not for…"
17 hours ago
Daniel W. replied to Reg The Fronkey Farmer's discussion 'Sunday School May 28th 2017' in the group Sunday School
"i wonder about morality preceding religion.  Origins of both seem to go back into prehistory, even before Homo sapiens made its debut.  It is argued that Neanderthal burials included elements of religious ritual.  There are certainly…"
23 hours ago
Daniel W. replied to Reg The Fronkey Farmer's discussion 'Sunday School May 28th 2017' in the group Sunday School
"I get the feeling that Catholicism as as much a product of polytheistic, pagan Roman tradition, as it is a product of Jesusism and Yahweh worship.  When I visited Vatican city, I was amazed at how much it looked to me lie my idea of a vast…"
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Reg The Fronkey Farmer replied to Reg The Fronkey Farmer's discussion 'Sunday School May 28th 2017' in the group Sunday School
"Atheist Ireland is running a campaign for a constitutional referendum to be held to repeal Ireland’s Blasphemy Laws. We are reaching our target but I think getting international signatures will show that it has reached a global…"
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Reg The Fronkey Farmer replied to proudAthiest's discussion 'Atheist undercover'
"I once spend a vacation in Tunisia during Ramadan which was in late December that year. I spent Christmas Day visiting the Mosque of Kairouan. As it was Ramadan it was very quiet with little happening so I got to teaching a local some of the Irish…"
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Reg The Fronkey Farmer replied to Reg The Fronkey Farmer's discussion 'Sunday School May 28th 2017' in the group Sunday School
"I agree Simon. Maybe it could be argued that once people are convinced that their particular god is real that there is no reasoning with them."
yesterday
Simon Paynton replied to Reg The Fronkey Farmer's discussion 'Sunday School May 28th 2017' in the group Sunday School
"As far as I can see, the main strand of logic within religion is the logic of cooperation and mutual thriving, and another is that of personal transformation.  It seems that the Enlightenment grew from a long tradition of attempting to find…"
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Simon Paynton replied to Reg The Fronkey Farmer's discussion 'Sunday School May 28th 2017' in the group Sunday School
"The view of Islamic blasphemy laws paints a depressing picture.  Once people think God is on their side, there's no reasoning with them. "
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Belle Rose replied to Reg The Fronkey Farmer's discussion 'Sunday School May 28th 2017' in the group Sunday School
"Thank you Reg!!"
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full time Atheist!!
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47-52
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To ask some questions and get answers so I can evolve a bit further and maybe help others to do the same.
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I just stopped believing it.
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The road to Beersheba.

Posted on March 22, 2017 at 4:00pm 10 Comments

There are regular “God told me to do it” stories in the news.  For the purposes of this discussion I am creating a fictional one. It may seem too long to read but I think it is necessary as the points raised by it are important.

Richard is an Evangelical pastor who comes home from Sunday services to dinner with his wife and 12-year old son. They live an idyllic life in a small rural Christian…

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And the difference is……???

Posted on January 5, 2017 at 1:00pm 91 Comments

What is the difference between believing that a god actually exists and a delusion?

If someone can give me a reasonable answer I might be willing to change my understanding of reality.

Catholic Vegetarians??

Posted on December 7, 2016 at 4:00pm 16 Comments

Before I get to the questions I would like to suggest that one of the biggest predictors of a person’s religion is geography. A person born and raised in Alabama is most likely to become a Christian while a person born and raised in Riyadh is most likely to become a Muslim and in India a 95% chance of being a Hindu.

I recently spoke with a Hindu who has very little knowledge of Christianity and even less of Catholicism. We were discussing religious beliefs and I was asked to explain…

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Squeaky Bum Time

Posted on November 6, 2016 at 4:00pm 23 Comments

The term comes from the world of English soccer and refers to the final stages of a competition when it is still all to play for and the tension prevents anyone from relaxing in their seats.

I have followed the U.S. election…

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At 12:49pm on April 20, 2017, Chris Russell said…

Thanks for the welcome!  I hope I can connect with others who feel like me.

At 4:27pm on April 11, 2017, Daniel Parker said…
Thanks!
At 6:36pm on March 23, 2017, Fred Hampton said…

Hey thanks Fronky Farmer!  Whoa, this website format is going to take some getting used to...;)

At 5:06pm on March 20, 2017, Curtis Li said…

Hi Reg! Thanks! I'm interested to see what this forum is like and to understand different perspectives.

At 12:54pm on March 13, 2017, Ray Perez said…

Thanks, looking forward to being a part of this blog.

At 10:37pm on February 21, 2017, Mark said…

Thank you!

At 3:50pm on January 18, 2017, Mark Alboher said…

A Pleasure to be part of this Community of Free Thinkers !

At 5:48pm on January 5, 2017, Orlando Mendez said…

Thanks man! Excited to be a part of the community!

At 6:32am on December 24, 2016, Craig Kinnell said…

Glad to be on board

At 3:04pm on November 28, 2016, browneyedgirl815 said…

Thank you!

 
 
 

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Atheist undercover

Started by proudAthiest in Small Talk. Last reply by TJ yesterday. 5 Replies

Prayer and hymns at Hallsville High Graduation

Started by Eric Andrist in Church & State. Last reply by Reg The Fronkey Farmer on Friday. 1 Reply

Pattern recognition

Started by Katherine A Flowers in Small Talk. Last reply by Andrew Brown on Friday. 9 Replies

Own It

Started by David Boots in Religion and the Religious, Atheism and Atheists. Last reply by Davis Goodman yesterday. 40 Replies

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