All Blog Posts Tagged 'souls' (3)

Why I may one day encourage my father to keep believeing.

It's a strange crossroads that I've found myself. It all started last week when I received a text message seemingly out of the blue from my stepmother. She had been looking at something online and I guess decided that she should suggest I check out William Lane Craig's Reasonable Faith. I told her that I was well aware of the man and his arguments and I received in reply the "I'm worried about your eternal soul" conversation only that she used the word "future" instead of "eternal soul", but…

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Added by Sagacious Hawk on February 19, 2014 at 1:06am — 3 Comments

Why I think the "i'm spiritual not religious" statement is a bit of a copout.

I don't believe in spirituality. In fact I dislike the word. The word spirit is in most intents and purposes synonymous with the word "soul".



To me the idea of "the soul" or "the spirit" is the cause of religion. A precursor to religion. All of the major four religions and most others are based on the idea of "passing on to another life". The afterlife. That's what they're selling.



The idea of the soul is the core of this. The fact that man fears most which he doesn't…

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Added by dragotron on October 12, 2012 at 7:06am — No 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:

http://proudatheists.wordpress.com/2009/06/11/in-case-of-rapture-who-will-care-for-your-pets/

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

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