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The Difference Between Philosophy And Religion

 
The Difference Between Philosophy And Religion



I am calling myself atheistic as a part of being apistic.  But there are many people, who call themselves atheists in spite of being religious.  They do not consider this as a contradiction, as long as their preferred religion does not include personalized deities. Buddhism is an example, which is wrongly defined as a philosophy by those alleged…
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Added by maruli marulaki on September 8, 2012 at 2:56pm — No Comments

Apistia

Where Are The Apistics?





In entry 432 (APISTIA Is More Than Atheism Plus Skepticism) I explained, why the correct label for my complete absence of any belief is apistia, which is more than atheism plus skepticism, as compared in…
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Added by maruli marulaki on August 15, 2012 at 10:40am — No Comments

Harm And The Evolution Of The Gullibility For Religion

Harm And The Evolution Of The Gullibility For Religion

In entry 547 I compared two videos revealing the atrocities suffered by the children in Kinsey's research.    While one was as seemingly unbiased documentary, the other was biased by the christian religion.



This brought me back to the old question, why…

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Added by maruli marulaki on August 3, 2012 at 5:28am — 6 Comments

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