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Fount of Ideas

So, after hitting walls and breaking through and all that, I finally found an idea that I could latch on to – the word dichotomy came to mind. 182 more words

Art

There are only two kinds of people in the world...and other lies

How is your week going? Good, I hope.

We have not only heard “There are only two kinds of people,” we have probably said it our selves. 410 more words

Human Nature

Understanding creationism: An insider’s guide by a former young-Earth creationist

Today’s post comes to us courtesy of David MacMillan, a former young-Earth creationist who is now a skilled and avid writer on the creationist movement. David, who holds a B.S. 1,912 more words

Creationism

Should we record an Own Goal or just Exterminate this from the record?

Right. I haven’t written anything here for a while and now I’m going to pick apart/rant about an article in the New Statesman (a publication I usually like) that annoyed me. 1,220 more words

Art

Can Skeptics Handle The Truth About The Unexplained?

I got a sudden upsurge of traffic on the blog a couple of weeks ago after my last post. Mike Hallowell’s article claimed that a Neanderthal had been shot dead by time-travelling hunters using modern firearms. 1,630 more words

Skeptic

have to and get to

Although I’ve never been able to stand Jane Fonda, or trite inarticulate cliches either, the concept of “no pain no gain” has quite a lot of merit to it. 195 more words

Daily Post

Jesus vs. Religion: A False Dichotomy

Commitment. Commitment is one thing that, as time rolls forward, becomes less and less of a priority to people. No one wants to let others down, and if you never commit in the first place, you’ll never be held accountable, and therefore you’ll never be a let-down. 1,284 more words

Faith