by Sebastian878 posted: 21 Mar 2013
I love the TalkOrigins Archive but is there another site that is similar but with more current information and updates. The Archive doesn't seem like its being updated anymore. In fact not for some time.
by kcjones10posted: 18 Mar 2013
I now live in the 49th state. I think it may be akin to living in the primordial stew. Seriously, though, I have been thinking about the fall of civilizations. Rebecca Costa's "Watchman's Rattle" has been a bit of a wake-up for me. What does anybody else have to say?
Recently, I have been rather obliged to read the book 'The Greatest Hoax On Earth, refuting Dawkins on evolution' by a friend, because I made him read the original Dawkins book, and I have written a 20 page...
by The Buachaillposted: 16 Mar 2013
No this isn't a discussion about George Bush and his McCarthyesque attempts to frame anyone who disagreed with him as a terrorist.Rather this is a disappointing, and yet hardly unsurprising, look at the divisive and...
by Stardroidposted: 13 Mar 2013
Perhaps a little bit of a strange topic as, common sensically, one can be all three. (I'm new to the forums and I don't know whether RDF.net is the appropriate place to call for a philosophical discussion...
Hello all! As a recently awakened former preacher I was mindlessly watching late night programming, reading some scientific literature, when multiple commercials endorsing some new horror films flicked across the screen. As I watched, I couldn't help but...
by MANintheMIDDLEposted: 11 Mar 2013
I was pointed to this article, by a friend, in an online discussion: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/9920238/Queen-to-sign-new-charter-backing-gay-rights.htmlYou know, there's a certain irony in this. The U.S. was born partly due to discrimination felt by groups like the Pilgrims. They...
I've seen many arguments now where people are disagreeing about the nature or morality and right vs. wrong. Some say morality is: subjective (depends on the person, purely a cultural thing, based on preference, etc.) objective...
by itrainingposted: 08 Mar 2013
The news.com.au web site posted an article about a new 5 part television series screening soon on The History Channel. The official web site is here: http://www.bibleseries.tv/From news.com.au: Introducing, The Bible: Ten hours of dramatic TV re-enactments of history’s most...
by justinianposted: 07 Mar 2013
The Centre for Inquiry's Think Again! TV released an investigative report that's been posted to YouTube:Canada's Office of Religious Freedom: Protect Persecuted Atheistshttp://youtu.be/D3ieEyO4qg0The expo includes video remarks by Canada's Minister of Foreign Affairs explicitly stating that...
What role should television play in promotong secularism, atheism, or freethought? Should we have our own cable network, much like many religious entities do? Should we have a syndicated program to air every Sunday morning...