June 2009 Blog Posts (104)

Proof there is no god...

I purchased "The god delusion" maybe 2 years ago and read it and fell in love with it. Its funny, and I enjoy Dawkins writing style.

But My favourite part of the book is where he quotes Gaskings reconstructed "proof of goods non existence" by W. Grey:

1.The creation of the world is the most marvelous achievement imaginable.

2.The merit of an achievement is the product of (a) its intrinsic quality, and (b) the ability of its creator.

3.The greater the disability,… Continue

Added by fixedentropy on June 13, 2009 at 11:00pm — 3 Comments

Visit to a Mormon Church

I should do this more often I think. Anyway, now and then I'll go to a church to observe the goings on. It's like a zoo, but with humans, and you get to analyse psychology at work, peer pressure, conditioning, religious tactics and so on. It's much more interesting to me as a non believer than it ever was when I thought it was true. Well, a while ago I went to a Mormon one and I wrote a report on it. It's pretty long, but it might hold the attention.

I attended the Church of Jesus… Continue

Added by Serotonin Wraith on June 13, 2009 at 8:20pm — 31 Comments

My "Guardian Angel... that I never knew I had!" My theist sister protects me against persecution.... thanks sis! ;)

Another "eruption" between me and my brother today. (... *rolls eyes*) He's 17 and going through "that phase" where you're "radical" about your most treasured beliefs (or unbeliefs). I went through that once... so I know he'll come out of it soon. Still... his intolerance does hurt sometimes. The entire "rest" of my family is Christians... except for a couple of Jews far out in my extended family. I don't think there are any brights in my family.... although I might be wrong... because I still… Continue

Added by Skycomet the Fallen Angel on June 13, 2009 at 2:28pm — 9 Comments

In case of Rapture, who will take care of your pets?

This is one of the funniest blogs I think I've ever seen, courtesy of Mark Pogue:


Check out the posts in response to it, as well...They are hysterical!! Thanks, Mark!

Added by Chelsea on June 13, 2009 at 3:30am — 5 Comments


I wanted to post a little post about this particular site.

Think Atheist.

What a great idea.

As an atheist, for as long as i can remember I have felt left out in most situations, at family functions, with my friends, people i work with, guys that I have dated.

So many of us are weary about telling people about our lack of faith in a man who "has a beard and sits on a cloud and judges us" i mean doesn't that sound JUST like Santa? so if Santa isn't… Continue

Added by fixedentropy on June 12, 2009 at 1:07pm — 8 Comments

The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3 Review: Action + Action + Action + Action + Action

When a subway car is taken hostage, it’s left to the dispatcher to save the passengers from the gunmen. Packed with action and sprinkled with emotion, The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3, based on a book of the same name by John Godey, is a satisfying action-packed escape.

Walter Garber (Denzel Washington) is directing motormen through the tunnels of the New York Subway when armed men take control of a train. Ryder (John Travolta), the leader of the team of gunmen, reaches out to Garber… Continue

Added by LaRae Meadows on June 12, 2009 at 12:00am — No Comments

Muslims freak out over Guide Dog on bus. 71 year old man was removed

Muslims see dogs as ritually unclean. Upon embarking a bus the child of the fuck (impartial viewpoint) started to freak out. The Bus driver asked the man to get off the bus. After he refused he was kicked off by the bus driver.

Look, it's 2009. If the dog is ritually unclean, you are modernally retarded. Fair warning, if you confront me because you haven't raised your child to get used to dogs, and I'm somewhere legal and you ask me to be removed... I'll stop myself… Continue

Added by Gaytor on June 11, 2009 at 10:24pm — 11 Comments

The USS Liberty: America's Most Shameful Secret

by Eric Margolis (email link)

This article was written in 2001.

NEW YORK – On the fourth day of the 1967 Arab Israeli War, the intelligence ship "USS Liberty" was steaming slowly in international waters, 14 miles off the Sinai Peninsula. Israeli armored forces were racing deep into Sinai in hot pursuit of the retreating Egyptian army.

"Liberty," a World War II freighter, had been converted into an… Continue

Added by Rev. Tom Hicks, D.D. on June 11, 2009 at 2:01pm — 3 Comments

Ten-Year Government Study Denies Effectiveness of Most Alternative Treatments

Big surprise here (not). A 10-year study funded by the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine to the tune of $2.5 billion has found that glucosamine and chondroitin, black cohosh, saw palmetto, and shark cartilage fair no better than placebo in treating their targeted ailments, much as echinacea had previously been found to be no help in… Continue

Added by Dave Nichols on June 11, 2009 at 8:57am — 14 Comments

Defend Your Unbelief

Have you ever had someone say something to you and you came up with the perfect response to that person...a day later? It has happened to me seemingly thousands of times, whether in argument or being insulted or trying to flirt with a pretty girl, I always seem to find the scathing remark or witty retort that will achieve instant victory and secure my place as a silver tongued devil well after the fact.

I had such a moment when confronted by a theistic-leaning friend regarding my… Continue

Added by Reggie on June 10, 2009 at 9:44pm — 29 Comments

A Woman's Right To Choose...Not Abuse.

I don't particularly jump up and down at the idea of abortion. However, I do embrace a woman's right to choose. With this in mind, I don't think abortion should be used as a method of birth control. I can understand a broken condom, drunken night, mishap on the pill, rape, any number of reasons to cause one to elect abortion. It is your decision, your life, your choice. But...I feel that without cause, you should not be able to have multiple abortions. Simply because you didn't bother to… Continue

Added by Theresa on June 10, 2009 at 7:13pm — 24 Comments

Court Calls Oklahoma Ten Commandments Display Unconstitutional

Reversing a lower court, the 10th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously declared unconstitutional the eight-foot-tall religious display, which was erected at the local courthouse in 2004 after a campaign by a local minister and his supporters.

This decision should send a clear…

Added by Dave Nichols on June 10, 2009 at 4:37pm — 8 Comments

An Argument from a Deist

I still use Myspace but it's only purpose is to participate in a group on there called Myspace Deists. Don't let the name fool ya, it's got a good collection of people that were Deists at one time but have slowly become Atheists.

I still participate in discussions there and there are a few new members that don't exactly enjoy the presence of so many non-believers.

So, the point here is that earlier tonight I responded to a statement made by one of the deists there that… Continue

Added by Jim Valentine on June 10, 2009 at 12:17am — 28 Comments

Atheism is simple... Or not. O.o Random boring day drawl... (You don't have to read this! lol!)

Okay... so today, I just finished my second final exam! (1 class left to go... yeah baby!!! Whoo hoo!)

Anyhow... so I'm procrastinating in the library to avoid writing my final paper for lit class and started browsing the "Religion" section of the encyclopedia shelves. I was astounded at what I found. There was a book on the bottom shelf entitled "The New Encyclopedia of Unbelief." Well, I had always thought atheism was kind of simple... I mean... either you believe in God or you don't.… Continue

Added by Skycomet the Fallen Angel on June 9, 2009 at 2:05pm — 10 Comments

You can't argue when there is no logic involved.

I feel this is incredibly like arguing with a Theist.

He doesn't have reasons. His excuses are feeble and often times he outright contradicts himself.

My atheist boyfriend is a homophob.

You won't find him at any hate rally or petitioning the denial of civil rights, but you will hear snide comments or laughter at inappropriate jokes.

He isn't from America, and the cultural difference is a huge shock to me. Where I come from, it's only the religiouspolice that are concerned… Continue

Added by Misty: Baytheist Living! on June 8, 2009 at 6:36am — 18 Comments

Atheist = Undateable

I seriously just had a guy I was seeing tell me that he could never see himself marrying me because I don't believe in god.

I'm a little angry and a little proud at the same time. I'm proud that I've taken a stand and will not back down.

Although, I still want to tell him he's a selfish prick and I'm a better human being than he is despite my belief system.

I think a difference in religious belief is a valid reason to stop seeing someone but he strung me along and then dropped… Continue

Added by Erica on June 7, 2009 at 6:50pm — 68 Comments

Gingrich: Americans ‘surrounded by paganism.’

On Friday, Newt Gingrich, Mike Huckabee, and Oliver North visited Rock Church in Hampton Roads, Virginia to give a three-hour long lecture on “Rediscovering God in America.” The speakers warned the audience about the “continuing availability of abortion, the spread of gay rights, and attempts to remove religion from American public life and school history books.” The Virginia-Pilot reported that Gingrich argued that, while Christianity is the foundation of American citizenship, Americans are… Continue

Added by Morgan Matthew on June 7, 2009 at 4:30pm — 7 Comments

Science as Religion

This is mostly a repost from Greg Fish's blog "Weird Things" titled "Why You Should Honor Thy Scientists". I often consider science as my "religion", but really what I mean is that I trust science to be the best thing available to tell me about reality. However, some theists will try to posit that science is just another faith based religion, playing a little… Continue

Added by Reggie on June 7, 2009 at 1:20pm — 3 Comments

Imaginary god.. relic of the ancients

Its an interesting point that the Buddhist 'spiritual philosophy' developed without ever imagining a supernatural god-creator into it when all the other religions seemed to find it applicable to base the source of their scriptures on a deity. Seems Sid Gautama was very realistic and wise to avoid the god-creator concept in order to keep things a little simpler (Occam's razor comes to mind..). Wisdom of the scriptures- if it has not been corrupted and tampered with as Christian scripture in… Continue

Added by Rick Watts on June 7, 2009 at 9:51am — 2 Comments

Sunday Morning Service - 07JUN

Sunday Morning Service

07 JUNE 2009

'Out of the Closet' — Black Atheists - Sikivu Hutchinson writes about some of the cultural struggles of being a black atheist woman; and how outside the stereotypical norm that is.…


Added by Johnny on June 7, 2009 at 4:00am — 4 Comments

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