The subtitle of this book is "How to discredit religious thought and rebuild your identity." You can find it easily on amazon. The wording of the book is very complex, but not in such a way that it was difficult for me to follow. After reading it for awhile, you realize that it has to be that way... the wording needs to be very precise, because if it's not it can be argued with.
The book doesn't leave any wiggle room. From beginning to end, there is pretty much nothing any…Continue
Gday from Australia , awesome to find such a site which I stumbled upon on twitter.
I am fortunate to come from a country where our Prime minister is a woman and an Atheist and a community of mateship in the land downunder.
Where although ever present Religion vs Atheism is neither here nor there, It's rare that the topic comes up to be honest.
I work with a Hindu, a couple of Christians about 3 Atheists a Witch a Self professed Psychic and some undisclosed lol, and…Continue
Added by Peta M on January 27, 2013 at 9:26pm — No Comments
I must confess, I've never written down my thoughts before. This being my first will make it a learning experience.
When I consider where I've come from and what I've endured in life, I count my many blessings for the creative mindset that's brought me to where I am today. It's funny, I don't recall ever having a thought that wasn't followed by a somehow more logical second opinion. I have yet to discover a problem that cannot be solved if enough careful…Continue
The "I'll Pray for You" is the ultimate conversation ender, or useless phrase thrown in which can be used in a variety of variations: goodbye, you're a fool, oh you're sick that's so sad but I'm not going to do anything of value, (while struggling with demon inside the collar of your shirt) you're... threatening... me... with reason... and I need... a way... out, you're going to war and i'm your honey. It pisses me off. They use it for everything and then what is a normal non-believer…Continue