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Atheism V Agnoticism: What am I?

I dislike labels. As a rule, I think that labels will often hide one’s opinion/thoughts more than they reveal it. (Yes, all words are labels, emblematic of the concept they represent—but you know what I mean, probably.) It’s true for even simple things. 1,831 more words


Revealing Unravellings


Noel Ihebuzor 



 Fanciful filas

cover crowns filled with fetid

filth, sleaze, rot and scum

and we watched

and we lauded

and as we wowed… 10 more words


How to avoid being naive!

Hello world!

By dint of watching Disney movies or living in the world of Care Bears, we tend to let our guard and to give our trust too easily in any field. 686 more words


RE2a(iv) Supporting the argument from religious experience - part 3: the Principles of Credulity and Testimony

So far we have presented two pieces of evidence that seek to strengthen this inductive argument from religious experience for the existence of God; change in the life of the subject and the idea of a common phenomenological core.   703 more words

A Level


—   “Be it done unto you according to your faith”  (Mt.8:13)

—   “Your faith has saved you”  (Mt.9:22)

—   “Be it done unto you according to your faith”  (Mt.9:29) 610 more words

To Believe in a God Who Shows Up

Our age, which tends to prize being excessively wise as a serpent over being excessively innocent as a dove is not really smarter for it. It’s just more closed to the possibility that God might, in fact, show up. 64 more words

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I miss many of the great stars of mid-century Hollywood, Bogey and Bacall, Tracy and Hepburn, even Abbott and Costello, and so many more. None of them will ever make a movie again. 384 more words