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How can anyone back Ken Ham?
Back away from him, yes. Back him? His brain baffles me with its illogical pronouncements. Creationist Ken Ham, who recently debated Bill Nye the Science Guy over the origins of the universe, is calling for an end to the search … Continue reading
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10 questions for every atheist part 2
I found out about the list here and the original set of questions. I haven’t even read the answers given at maasaiboys because I didn’t want to look like a copy-cat. Answers 6-10:
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10 questions for every atheist part 1
I found out about the list here and the original set of questions. I haven’t even read the answers given at maasaiboys because I didn’t want to look like a copy-cat. I wound up writing quite a lot for the … Continue reading
Posted in atheism, culture, religiosity, skepticism Tagged ask an atheist, atheism, beliefs, gods, jesus, miracles, prayer, religion, science, skepticism 2 Comments
The one true god has finally made an appearance
It’s Ganesh. Minus a couple arms, but it’s definitely Ganesh and Oakville, Ontario police are perplexed as to why he’s appeared unannounced in the parking lot of the local museum. It’s a 500 pound marble statue and turned up on … Continue reading
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Chaplain denounces gambling. Give that money to your church instead
Okay, not at all what he said, but Crown Casino in Australia has a resident Chaplain and Father James Grant is concerned about all those gamblers putting their faith in luck. Speaking yesterday at an event to raise awareness around … Continue reading
Posted in culture, In the Media, religiosity Tagged addiction, beliefs, faith, gambling, gods, history. skepticism, mythology, superstition 2 Comments
Read a book about sex and the bible
It’s called Unprotected Texts: the Bible’s surprising contradictions about sex and desire by Jennifer Wright Knust. She covers a lot of ground in a relatively short book. I dog-earred many pages of it so I’d remember specific things that were … Continue reading
“It’s natural to believe in God”
It’s also natural to crap where we’re standing but most of us adults have the sphincter control to hold it in until we can make it to a bathroom. The post title comes from an article about the results of … Continue reading
Posted in In the Media, religiosity Tagged anthropology, beliefs, gods, psychology, research 3 Comments
“Rain and rainbows are great reminders…”
that refraction is pretty damn cool. Which reminds me.. ever watch this? Hopefully kids today are learning about sunlight and the prism effect of water droplets. “That wasn’t happening 20 years ago.” Sure it hell was. I was a sprinkler … Continue reading
Posted in atheism, funny business, religiosity Tagged apocalypse, bible, conspiracy theories, faith-based delusions, gods, judgement day, science, skepticism 4 Comments
100,000 people have banked on Lord Ram?
Calls to mind the idea of Pascal’s wager. What if the folks in this article are the only ones who have the right god in mind? Ram Ramapati Bank in this popular pilgrim city is a bank all right, but … Continue reading
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