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Totally Braced to be Crucified for This....

I personally agree with T-foot on this.

Misogyny is a real problem.  In a world where rape is still used by militaries to demoralize a country's people, how could this be denied?  In a world where girls are kidnapped and forced into prostitution in droves, how could this be denied?  In a world where women's struggle for equal pay and reproductive…

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Added by Kim on January 5, 2013 at 12:34am — 60 Comments

The C.E.R.T. Approach: My (Flexible) Parenting Philosophy

 

"The child supplies the power, but the parents have to do the steering." Benjamin Spock (1903-1998)

 

Parenting is hard work. I have many concerns as a parent and as an atheist parent in the bible belt, USA. What do I teach my child? What should…

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Added by Kim on September 17, 2011 at 10:45am — 4 Comments

A Letter to Anti-Labelists

 

Dear Homo Sapien who Does Not Like to be Labeled and Feels that Labels are Restrictive and Result in Stereotypes and Boxed-In Self-Images,

 

I think your stance is faulty, for reasons that will become obvious in this post. Short words or phrases that are descriptive of persons, groups, intellectual movements, so on and so forth, have their benefits.…

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Added by Kim on September 8, 2011 at 9:30pm — 15 Comments

The Problem of Evil

If God is willing to prevent evil, but is not able to

Then He is not omnipotent.

If He is able, but not willing

Then He is malevolent.

If He is both able and willing

Then whence cometh evil?

If He is neither able nor willing

Then why…

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Added by Kim on October 28, 2010 at 9:58pm — 1 Comment

My Favorite "Letters From the Earth" Excerpts

Samuel Clemens, more commonly known by his pen name Mark Twain, was indeed a freethinker of his time. I'm not quite sure if he was an atheist or not: wikipedia notes that he was a Freemason, but he was most certainly not a fan of organized religion----especially Christianity. "The fleets of the world could swim in spacious comfort in the innocent blood it has spilled."

Few literary works have made me laugh out loud as much as Twain's "Letters From the Earth", which is a book…

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Added by Kim on October 27, 2010 at 10:05pm — 2 Comments

The Christian God's Relative Morality

Christians like to throw around a concept that I would like to reexamine today: absolute morality. These thoughts are my own, but this is probably something that has been addressed many times by more competent freethinkers than myself. At any rate....

Please, if you haven't already, take a gander at www.proofthatgodexists.org. The main topic of this little exercise is absolute morality. It's hard to get around the point that…

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Added by Kim on October 26, 2010 at 12:11pm — 1 Comment

Why I Am a Secular Humanist



I very distinctly remember discussing human nature with my grandmother when I was fourteen. After hearing Ray Stevens sing "Everything is Beautiful", my grandmother commented that while the song was inspirational, it was clearly misguided: the world is not "gonna find a way". I then expressed to her my belief that people were naturally good with the best intentions at heart and that maybe the world "finding a…

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Added by Kim on October 22, 2010 at 4:24am — 2 Comments

  

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