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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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Reg The Fronkey Farmer replied to Rebel's discussion 'Moving to atheistzone.com soon'
"I am up and running on AZ."
Jun 1
Reg The Fronkey Farmer replied to Chris Russell's discussion 'Agnosticism'
"If someone claims to be an agnostic they are not making a claim to know anything. They are admitting that “God is unknowable”. To this extent all atheists and all theists are agnostics.   I am an agnostic atheist. I have no…"
Jun 1
Reg The Fronkey Farmer replied to Belle Rose's discussion 'I'm not an atheist anymore...'
"I just hope you are have not taken up Covfefeism."
Jun 1
Reg The Fronkey Farmer replied to Belle Rose's discussion 'I'm not an atheist anymore...'
"No problem.Chat later."
Jun 1
Reg The Fronkey Farmer replied to Belle Rose's discussion 'I'm not an atheist anymore...'
"If you are happy with your faith, if it works for you and makes sense of the world you live in then I am happy for you.   I would be interested in knowing more about your moment of clarity."
Jun 1
Simon Paynton replied to Reg The Fronkey Farmer's discussion 'Sunday School May 28th 2017' in the group Sunday School
"In the ancestor species to humans, the australopithecines, the relative sizes of males and females was comparable to that of gorillas, who have a polygamous harem setup.  It's interesting that in the human race, we get polygamy reappearing…"
Jun 1
Simon Paynton replied to Reg The Fronkey Farmer's discussion 'Sunday School May 28th 2017' in the group Sunday School
"I think the issue of psychopaths, sociopaths and narcissists is an interesting one.  I know the terminology varies, but (from my experience and reading) psychopaths and narcissists are born that way (it's genetic), and sociopaths…"
Jun 1
Simon Paynton replied to Reg The Fronkey Farmer's discussion 'Sunday School May 28th 2017' in the group Sunday School
"It's really about the evolution of the human family set-up, rather than alpha males specifically, but that's where I got that information from.  There's another book which I consider to be complementary to it:  "Mothers…"
May 31
Tom Sarbeck replied to Reg The Fronkey Farmer's discussion 'Sunday School May 28th 2017' in the group Sunday School
"Simon, thanks for the tip to Chapais' book. I'm looking for it."
May 31
Tom Sarbeck replied to Reg The Fronkey Farmer's discussion 'Sunday School May 28th 2017' in the group Sunday School
"Regarding culture, especially its fearful et cetera (non-cooperative) behaviors, we need to ask when psycho/sociopathy appeared. The research I've found recently says the condition, now named anti-social personality disorder, has both natural…"
May 31
Simon Paynton replied to Reg The Fronkey Farmer's discussion 'Sunday School May 28th 2017' in the group Sunday School
"This shows how docile human males are as a whole, compared with other species.  Bonobos have a matriarchal setup.  So it is possible that the raw genetic material for the human line had a lot of flexibility built in.  It seems that…"
May 31
Simon Paynton replied to Reg The Fronkey Farmer's discussion 'Sunday School May 28th 2017' in the group Sunday School
""Most mammals are driven to cooperate and they live in diverse local conditions, so, from what you've given here, animals have culture."  - in most cases, the way that mamamls cooperate is as a loose uncoordinated rabble. …"
May 31
Davis Goodman replied to Reg The Fronkey Farmer's discussion 'Sunday School May 28th 2017' in the group Sunday School
"@Simon: culture is basically a combination of the need to cooperate, with all the other local conditions that exist. I'm not sure that is a very sufficient definition Simon. Most mammals are driven to cooperate and they live in diverse local…"
May 30
Davis Goodman replied to Reg The Fronkey Farmer's discussion 'Sunday School May 28th 2017' in the group Sunday School
"There are many matriarchal societies in primitive tribal areas. As far as historian/socioligist/philosophers like Pinker, Alpha-Male-Dominance only becomes an exaggerated phenomena once humans start congregating and live beyond subsistance in small…"
May 30
Simon Paynton replied to Reg The Fronkey Farmer's discussion 'Sunday School May 28th 2017' in the group Sunday School
"There's a classic book on this subject:  “Primeval Kinship – how pair-bonding gave birth to human society” by Bernard Chapais.  This talks about the crucial point in the evolution of the first humans, when we went…"
May 30
Tom Sarbeck replied to Reg The Fronkey Farmer's discussion 'Sunday School May 28th 2017' in the group Sunday School
"Before moral codes--millenia before, even before hominids--there was obedience to the tribe's alpha male, or maybe its alpha female."
May 30

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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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