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Sandra Beardsall, feminism and the church: Freethinker meeting part 4
On Sunday morning, the Saskatoon Freethinkers had a terrific meeting and this is my fourth post describing what Pastor Sandra Beardsall had to say about the history of the church and women within it. Parts one, two and three are … Continue reading
Posted in culture, religiosity Tagged beliefs, faith, history, missionaries, religion, Saskatoon Freethinkers, secularism 3 Comments
How can people still believe in demon possession?
The article doesn’t include any useful geographic information so I don’t really know where this family lives but here’s the story as provided by Charisma News Online: Jyotirdhar Patil did not know what to do. A demon had possessed his … Continue reading
Posted in Awareness Issues, culture, In the Media, religiosity Tagged Asia, atheism, demons, devil, faith-based delusions, missionaries, religion, skepticism 2 Comments
Dromedary Hump ponders Bruce Sheiman and wonders why he wrote, An Atheist Defends Religion: Why Humanity is Better Off with Religion than without It (a book the camel won’t be reading): As for religion “growing more prevalent” … where exactly? … Continue reading
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