The Diaries of Adam & Eve – “translated,” as the full title suggests, by the book’s author, Mark Twain – is not a religious text. Twain’s own views on organized religion are a bit of a mystery; he is usually considered an atheist, and this book (technically two books, but I’ll refer to them as one since I read them as a whole) is often cited as proof of his lack of faith due to its irreverent, satirical tone and lack of mention of the creator – er… Creator. 1,238 more words
Did you know that the world is ending today?
You could be forgiven for having missed this news, though depending on what circles you travel in, there’s been no avoiding it. 610 more words
Over on Richard Carrier’s obscure blog, he took aim at fellow atheist, Sargon of Akkad:
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When Sargon argued feminism is responsible for Elliot Rodger’s murder spree (and he did), because feminism “disenfranchised” Rodger by somehow programming women to not like him or have sex with him (yep, that’s what he said), Sargon has literally become a murder apologist.