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Atheists can believe whatever they want but they can't deny that they need God

“If atheism is true, it is far from being good news. Learning that we’re alone in the universe, that no one hears or answers our prayers, that humanity is entirely the product of random events, that we have no more intrinsic dignity than non-human and even non-animate clumps of matter, that we face certain annihilation in death, that our sufferings are ultimately pointless, that our lives and loves do not at all matter in a larger sense, that those who commit horrific evils and elude human punishment get away with their crimes scot free — all of this (and much more) is utterly tragic.”

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Are you a Christian hyper-skeptic?

According to Bill Pratt at Tough Questions Answered, a hyper-skeptic is someone who will not ever consider any evidences, arguments, or reasoning given for Christianity. 186 more words


Satanism: Bridge to Self-Worship

Satan does not exist, but satanism could be deployed as a valuable tool to allow insane god myth addicts to achieve liberation of their minds from the shackle of subservience that all organized religion demands and imposes. 492 more words


Internet Trolling vs. Actual, Real Discussions: Christians & Atheists


That’s a mild back-and-forth exchange of beliefs. I’ve seen worse… Way worse…….. I read stories relating to faith on several websites and then read the comment section. 632 more words

"Evolving Dharma" Review and Spiritual Update

I’ve discussed my interest in Buddhism and the practice of meditation before, so I wanted to update you on my journey so far, a well as give a small book review. 1,088 more words


Don't Judge Atheists By The Actions Of A Catholic

I’ve been bombarded by Christian apologists today and something continued to come up with each of them. It’s a mistake Christians often make when entering into a debate with an atheist and that is to mention Adolph Hitler. 481 more words


I'm joining a team

Jesuits & Friends (I guess I know which part of that I form)

While I have some reservations about joining the Jesuits, I think it’s for the best. 108 more words