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To who saw life steadily, and saw it whole I ask "what? What did you see?" Don't you see that there is no possible source of evil, except that of good? And can't you fell the stares of all those who …

To who saw life steadily, and saw it whole I ask "what? What did you see?"

Don't you see that there is no possible source of evil, except that of good?

And can't you fell the stares of all those who are blind, reaching for an answer?

I guess your words just ring….


Emptiness glows your eternal breath again.


Grit your teeth and bind your fists, ask for redemption and receive only this.


And lost amoung the sheep, I… Continue

Added by Aeon on February 14, 2009 at 12:41pm — No Comments

Random brain farts from aeon.

We do not posses imagination enough to know what we are missing.

Don't gain a foothole with my blood.

Don't reach into my pockets to resolve your problems.

I'm hanging on to a life that barely knew me.

we are nothing but puppts in a pointless show.

Life: The hell before Hell.

Added by Aeon on February 14, 2009 at 12:33pm — No Comments

The unconscious consciousness

Were do we begin?.....Where do we end? For that matter what do we want? Something

willfully shiny to catch the attention? The unimaginable, untangeble subatomic realm

that is our conscious. Theta waves and lingering memories that flow endlessly

between our active minds and sub-conscious. We all know we have our thoughts and

realisms. We all draw our own outline to the box that is our paradigm, and because we

do this we live as separate enenties. With our singled out… Continue

Added by Aeon on February 14, 2009 at 12:29pm — No Comments

Audio Book Review: "Letting Go of God" by Julia Sweeney

I saw this CD set at a book store a while back for over $20. It caught my eye, but didn't seem like it would be worth the price. But when I saw it for way cheaper on iTunes, I decided to give it a go.

Sweeney's background is typical is some ways. She was given a very strong religious upbringing. Although she sees the hypocrisy behind the rules of her faith as a child, she still believes in god. This illustrates the mental pounding her parents gave her, in an effort to "instill… Continue

Added by Dan Snell on February 14, 2009 at 12:10pm — No Comments

Christian Immorality

It has been nearly two weeks since my conclusion to my two test subjects. These test subjects were part of a psychology experiment I set forth to find answers to see if fundamentalist Christians have morals towards those they consider outside their "moral community." The results concluded my hypothesis, which in turn was deeply saddening.

I have done three small scale case studies with religious extremist, mainly Christians. If my next test subject concludes my hypothesis I will be… Continue

Added by darkwolf33333 on February 14, 2009 at 10:28am — No Comments

Vatican Accepts Darwinian Evolution as True

The Vatican has admitted that Charles Darwin was on the right track when he claimed that Man descended from apes.

A leading official declared yesterday that Darwin’s theory of evolution was compatible with Christian faith, and could even be traced to St Augustine and St Thomas Aquinas. “In fact, what we mean by evolution is the world as created by God,” said Archbishop Gianfranco Ravasi, head of the Pontifical Council for Culture. The Vatican also dealt the final blow to speculation… Continue

Added by Morgan Matthew on February 14, 2009 at 1:13am — No Comments

What Does That Mean?

People Who Eat Broccoli & Cauliflower

Get What They Deserve!…


Added by Rev. Tom Hicks, D.D. on February 13, 2009 at 8:30pm — No Comments


I'm currently reading Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand. I'm reading it for two reasons: one, I love her. She's a genius and I want to be just like her one day!** Two, there's a $10,000 scholarship essay to be gained from reading it. So far, there's nothing remotely burdensome about reading this book and so I'll actually enjoy writing the essay.

Anyway, I just read this paragraph that struck a very deep chord in me (bold added for…


Added by CJoe on February 13, 2009 at 8:00pm — 6 Comments

Christians Don't Even Recognize Their Own Kind

Religious Extremist So Crazy He Doesn't Even Know His Own Kind

Not breaking news, I know; but since I can't find any other posts about Bonestroo, thought I'd share.

Derik Bonestroo was the ski lift operator who fatally shot the general manager of the Eldora ski area in Colorado on December 30th. He entered one of the ski area buildings, fired his gun, and said "If you're not Christian, you're going to… Continue

Added by Johnny on February 13, 2009 at 5:40pm — 3 Comments

Spending in the Stimulus Bill


Since I wrote this, my opinions on the subject have changed a bit. Enough that I would not have made this post if I could go back. I'll leave it here b/c it will remind me and other's that I am not above being wrong and/or changing my mind based on new information.


The more I read of this bill, the more I get pissed off. There are a LOT of good things in there. A LOT. The problem is that we can't afford it. We don't need all of this extra… Continue

Added by chiz on February 13, 2009 at 12:00pm — 18 Comments

India: Newspaper Editor Arrested for Criticizing Islam, "Why Should I Respect a 'Prophet' who had sex With a Nine-Year-Old Girl and Killed Villages of Jews?"....

The editor and publisher of a top English-language Indian daily have been arrested on charges of "hurting the religious feelings" of Muslims.

The Statesman's editor Ravindra Kumar and publisher Anand Sinha were detained in Calcutta after complaints.

Muslims said they were upset with the Statesman for reproducing an article from the UK's Independent daily in its 5 February edition.

The article was entitled: "Why should I respect these oppressive… Continue

Added by Morgan Matthew on February 12, 2009 at 6:30pm — No Comments

Prometheus, Unchained

We’re all like Prometheus; chained by the gods to the rock of superstition and fear. Unfortunately, no one knows they’re slaves to the Zeitgeist of the era; of eras past. We are all descended from the same primitive roots of our humanity. Our beliefs about the world are shaped by our ancestors’ misunderstanding of it.

In our waking consciousness, we tried to understand the world based on our perception. We could not explain the phenomenon that caused thunder and so blamed it on a… Continue

Added by CJoe on February 12, 2009 at 6:08pm — 2 Comments

Proof That God Is A... WOMAN!

Are you old enough to remember this?

There was a time when TV just shut down for the night. Johnny Carson was on for about 90 minutes, followed by Tom Snyder, then some horrible programming like "Dance Fever." Eventually, there would be something with a title like "Moment of Inspiration." This was a preacher delivering a message for a few minutes. This was followed by The Star Spangled Banner and white noise for a few hours.

PSSSSHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!!" The sound would… Continue

Added by Dan Snell on February 12, 2009 at 4:24pm — 2 Comments

I'm Catholic Because...

The religious history in my family is simple. Grandpa was a Protestant, while grandma was a Catholic. When they wanted to get married, neither church would recognize the marriage. Grandma noticed that there were church-sanctioned marriages in her circles, where the husband would beat the wife. There were cases of infidelity, alcoholism, and other maladies. But it's a-okay, because they're both Catholic.

They flipped their collective birds at their respective institutions anyway and… Continue

Added by Dan Snell on February 12, 2009 at 3:28pm — No Comments

The Pick-And-Choose Moralist

People don't like to admit that believing in god and going to church have nothing to do with moral behavior. It's like me going swimming or playing guitar. It's just something to do.

I am thoroughly convinced that there is a creature out there in the theological world that is just as dangerous as the Fundamentalist religious wacko.

These people are what I call the "pick-and-choose moralists."

A great example is a woman I met over 10 years ago online. We had a… Continue

Added by Dan Snell on February 12, 2009 at 3:02pm — No Comments

Trading One Addiction For Another

A relative of mine, who considers herself to be Agnostic, was having a problem finding an AA group that could respect her stance. They'd tell her that she MUST believe in god in order to be a part of their program. Some would tell her to "just call a doorknob your higher power" and be done with it. I think she's more Atheist than she's willing to admit, because she was unwilling to even do that.

I can't be around addicts, even if they are in so-called "recover," because it's simply… Continue

Added by Dan Snell on February 12, 2009 at 2:33pm — No Comments

God's Plan

When I joined up with a certain social networking site, I didn't really expect to encounter people from high school. Alas, I did. For some of them, just messaging with them is evidence enough that they did not put any effort into learning or bettering themselves. As you might guess, they put faith in god providing for them.

One in particular actually paid attention to my writing on the site and contacted me to say that he "felt sorry" for me because I didn't have god the lord jesus… Continue

Added by Dan Snell on February 12, 2009 at 2:11pm — 3 Comments

It isn't even two o'clock...

I had the sudden urge to blog/bitch about my day. All this will be is a bunch of bitching and whining...

I get up at five a.m. after my whopping three hours of sleep. I go to DCI to donate plasma(what else would one do there?) and I fall asleep in the van for a little while. I had never felt so exhausted as I had this morning, not even after going more than a day without sleep.

This one person was saying quite a bit that irritated me, but I don't really need to get… Continue

Added by Theresa on February 12, 2009 at 1:52pm — 6 Comments

Faith and statistics

I've had a few blogs through the years, most have been very centered in a sort of self-censored "dear diary"-format and eventually faded out with my interest to maintain it. But I thought I might try something new and theme this to go with the community. So here's a shot at blogging about secularism/atheism/religion with Sweden in focus. Sure it might be some stuff that is related more to international events as well but that will just count as bonus-posts.…


Added by Christoffer Andersson on February 12, 2009 at 12:05pm — No Comments

Happy Darwin Day!

Darwin Day is a global celebration of science and reason held on or around Feb. 12, the birthday anniversary of evolutionary biologist Charles Darwin. This year marks the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin's birth.

Find out more at the Darwin Day website.

Added by Philip Norton on February 12, 2009 at 8:05am — 2 Comments

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