Scott A McGreal
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Psychology researcher interested in life, the universe, and everything. I have blogs at blogger and at Psychology Today.
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Interested in atheism and unbelief. I also thought it would be a fun place to share some of my blog posts about atheism-related issues. Unfortunately, the last blog article I attempted to post (in October 2013) was deleted by moderator Dan with no real explanation. Why he could not have just asked me to amend it and repost I don't know, as he never bothered to reply to my email query. A couple of weeks later, I tried messaging the site owner asking for his help but I never heard from him either. So I will not be sharing any more blog posts here.
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I thought it was really stupid and made little sense.
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A Hell of a choice: Christians try to whitewash one of their most awful beliefs

Posted on December 23, 2012 at 7:09am 0 Comments

There has been some discussion about the topic of Hell over at Psychology Today[1] recently. You might even  say it's a hot topic! (Sorry.) Psychologist Nathan Heflick wrote about the psychological aspects of the subject and invited readers to share why they personally believe in Hell. Humanistic blogger Greg Henriques, took a…


Genocide is OK if the True God commands it – but how to know which God is the right one?

Posted on October 8, 2012 at 6:59am 2 Comments

Richard Dawkins in recent writings has referred a number of times to a charming fellow named William Lane Craig, also known as "the Genocide Preacher". For those who have not heard of him he has a webpage with the preposterous title of "Reasonable Faith". In a recent Q & A page he explains why it was perfectly…


Extreme views on what is "extremism"

Posted on September 13, 2012 at 9:51am 2 Comments

According to some commentators, the recent riot in Libya in which an embassy was burned and four Americans killed  may be viewed as an extreme response to "extremism". Huffington Post blogger Ahmed Shihab-Eldin argues that:…


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