I find whenever I am up against the religious who are very outspoken against Atheists, they bring up that these communist countries are Atheists. North Korea, China, when Russia was the USSR etc, and try...
by RobertDeanIIIposted: 08 Jul 2013
I'm sceptical of atheism, even in light of probability. More importantly, I'm concerned atheism makes an assumption, much like religion, that god certainly does not exist. Keep in mind that I maintain this view in light that I have only...
by pointzeroposted: 25 Jun 2013
I live where the Mormon church believes Adam and Eve lived after being ostracized from the Garden of Eden in Genesis. They believe 100% that this is where humanity spawned from, and everything comes back...
I was baptised, therefore I am still officially a part of the catholic church statistics. From what I have read it seems near enough impossible to actually become officially excommunicated, I put emphasis on the...
by petermead1posted: 09 Jun 2013
Like some of you, I was brought up in a religious household. In my childhood, I went to church, church camp, youth group, and participated in bible studies, among other church activities. I always had my...
by Stew282posted: 30 May 2013
When confronted with certain arguments, particularly about the Old Testament God, most Christians point out that they do not believe that God would have unruly teenagers stoned to death or that Moses ordered his captains...
by Steven93posted: 25 May 2013
As professor Dawkins labours to raise awareness of the importance of critical thinking and of how religion is a hinderance to it, he raises the interesting point of not labeling children as a 'Christian child' but rather as...
by The Unicorn Delusionposted: 26 Apr 2013
So, I found this video on howcast, and it made me laugh. I though some of you guys may enjoy it, so here:http://www.howcast.com/videos/9347-How-to-Introduce-Your-Atheist-Partner-to-Your-Evangelical-Parents So... Discuss meeting your partners religious parents, I guess?
Recently I've begun practising meditation for about 40 minutes a day, as often as I can anyway. My interest in religious experience and spirituality was cut short when I was quite young, as I realised...
by Happy Nihilistposted: 17 Apr 2013
What would you say is the distinguishing criteria to draw the line between atheist and nihilist? I consider myself an existential nihilist and yet when I read much of the arguments made by self-labelled atheists...