so i saw this just 30 seconds ago and i want you to share what do you think here is the link http://religion.blogs.cnn.com/2012/06/22/prominent-atheist-blogger-converts-to-catholicism/
On August 9th in Wayne county of Missouri, (My home town). Missouri voters approved prayer issue. I voted against this, and at least I tried to do something good in my state. But the majority has spoken, but I remember something that Bill Maher once said: "Just because the majority out weights the minority, doesn't mean the minority is wrong. The majority once thought that the world was flat, but that didn't make them right." It's tough to do something right, when everyone else is against…Continue
Added by Vince James Abernathy on August 14, 2012 at 12:00am — No Comments
I closed one of my recent Internet Religious debates with the following line:
"I can be nice to people (really, I can) without fearing that the violent magic psychopath in the sky is going to lock me in the basement and set fire to me for 100,000 years for not loving him the right way...."
Today, I experienced a moment of wondrous lucidity, a moment where conscious thought elevated itself to the level of intuition. In laymen's terms, ideas which required a conscious effort on my part to be understood, suddenly became so obvious and so clear to me, that they almost became common sense.
This experience happened to me as I was reading Dawkins' "The God Delusion", when he alluded to the character Winston in Huxley's "1984". I thoroughly enjoyed reading "1984" previously,…Continue
They ride clouds of ignorance and cast stones of hate and intolerance. They close their minds yet open their mouths. They miss the beauty and complexity. Substituting it with judgment and simplicity. They indoctrinate the helpless with their bigotry. Leading the young into a world of hypocrisy. Why does faith continue to breath? Why is it resilient? It laughs in the face of logic and insults the intelligence people. Faith serves none but the greedy. Life is undervalued by the believer, and…Continue
Added by Adam Skinner on August 13, 2012 at 7:32pm — No Comments
This is just a little paper I put together. Hope you all enjoy it & please feel free to share =)
Added by Chris Leuschen on August 13, 2012 at 6:05pm — No Comments
I've been waiting for years for Paul Ryan to be named on the 2012 GOP Presidential ticket. I had tiny worries of Santorum or fellow Minnesotans Bachmann and Pawlenty being serious considerations, but have anticipated that Paul Ryan would be the BoyWonder they would pick in the end. …Continue
| Samuel and Saul
First Samuel 1:1 to 15:19
1:1 There was a man who had two wives. One of them was Hannah.
1:5 Hannah was having problems becoming pregnant because the Lord had messed around with her lady parts. Hannah was…
Added by Brad Snowder on August 12, 2012 at 1:20pm — No Comments
Hey guys, you can help out Think Atheist Radio and yourself by using this link to sign up for a Dropbox cloud storage account. When you sign up using the link both you and the show will pick up some extra bonus space that's a huge help to us as we grow! We use Dropbox to backup and transfer audio files as we record and edit our interviews. It's a fantastic resource to secure pictures, videos, and other important…Continue
Right now im in a debate with myself i have reasons to believe that ghosts are real and exist, but also im not so sure if they do. i want to know what all you guys think about the paranormal world?
This morning, Romney has introduced a unique stimulus package, where as selecting his running mate will create a wider sector for comedians, and thus generate more money for them, which will generate more tax revenue...
It's called "Trickle Out Laughter Economics", where the steady pace of jokes will boost the economy...
As Romney and Obama, are pretty much identical in polices I didn't give a flying turd about who would win, short of not…
3000+ cameras come to
the big apple, echoing the
CCTV of London, furthering
the police state, under the
guise of “fighting terrorism”---
makes this future
wonder if Orwell is rolling over
in his grave &
wonder as well, what will be
coming in the next decade, the
next 20 years or more,
as the empire continues to decline,
spreading its military further by
all over the…Continue
Added by delapruch on August 11, 2012 at 5:32am — No Comments
Hi everybody. Dave Kilby here with a shameless plug:
I'm currently working on a new series of posts entitled "The Religious Wrong" on my "Grumbles From an Old Grouch" blog (grumblesfromanoldgrouch.com).
Drop by and take a gander at the work-in-progress and feel free to comment, suggest or tell me to "go to Hell" (even if it doesn't exist).
While you're there, check out my "The Theory of Evil-ution vs the Mythology of Creationism" posts. I think you might enjoy them.
Added by Dave Kilby on August 10, 2012 at 5:24pm — No Comments
Religion As Cognitive Poison Ivy
I am amazed about the verve and persistence shown by some ex-christians in turning against their previous mental prison in very sophisticated attempts to debunk delusions.
My own reaction is very different, I have grown allergic over the years to every time, when either someone harms another by making him the target of behaviors based upon irrational beliefs or else by suggesting and…
Added by maruli marulaki on August 10, 2012 at 11:18am — No Comments
Tonight I started a discussion with my religious friend about immortality. I was interested in talking about the problems it would pose, such as population ect, and the solutions and products of those solutions. The conversation soon sidetracked.
He asked me what marriage would mean if we all lived for a very long time. I said it would mean the same thing today, depends on the couple. If people are going to stay together, they will. If they want a divorce, they will get one,…Continue
A few days ago (just Monday, actually) one of my friends came out as being gay. When I first read his Facebook post I thought "Oh. Yeah, makes sense, whatever."
A few moments later my reaction was "Should I comment this on it:
Wait, am I supposed to hit you over the head with a cross and yell "come back from sin!" repeatedly? (that way, I'll deal enough brain damage for you to think that seeing people differently than others see them is actually a bad thing)"
Added by Milly on August 10, 2012 at 3:29am — No Comments
David Barton says Americans have been misled about their history. And he aims to change that.
"It's what I would call historical reclamation," Barton explains, in his soft but…Continue
They shall eat the flesh that night, roasted on the fire; with unleavened bread and bitter herbs they shall eat it. – Exodus 11:8
Seven days they you shall eat unleavened bread. On the first day you shall remove leaven out of yours houses, for if anyone eats what is leavened, from the first day until the seventh day, that person shall be cut off from Israel. – Exodus 11:15
And you shall observe the Feast of Unleavened Bread, for on this very day I brought your…
I've seen so many groups get all upset over different issues ranging from the Occupy Wall Street movement to anti-war protesters to Creationist propaganda. I also see from time to time the hate spewed by the Westboro Baptist Church and I cringe each time. I've seen people accuse and believe political propaganda and spout off repeated twists of the truth to serve their own agenda knowing its a lie. I've seen people con others into scams, political ideology and all around social nonsense. But…Continue
Added by JustNorrik on August 8, 2012 at 4:29pm — No Comments
I’ve seen and heard the new breed of skeptics, where any idea or hypothesis is presented with little to no evidence, backed with a statement about how the government is hiding something or the “evidence” is top-secret. Or somebody posts a well made video on Youtube that explains some claim, with the caption “I was skeptical, but here’s proof!!” For a while now my first response was seriously!?! All you need is a video or a claim?
I’ve seen many people use the “skeptic” label to…Continue