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The Arrogance of Atheism

It was in my sophomore year in college, in the late 1960s, when I quit believing in God.  So, the next semester, when I was filling out the usual form for something or other, I came across the question asking for my religious preference, and I put in the word “Atheist.”  I happened to mention this to a friend of mine, and he cautioned me against it.   1,869 more words


Old Testament: Not for the faint-hearted. (An easy interpretation)

Many people talk against the Old Testament.

Especially atheists believe that this book shows the inhumane face of Christianism and refer to the Old Testament with every opportunity to show that they are right in hating Christianism. 315 more words

Religion Philosophy

Are your gods real or simply beliefs?


The link above will connect you with John Halstead’s article on the subject of beliefs, God(dess)s,  and archetypes. It was published last month in the witchesandpagans.com website. 18 more words

Jungian Neo-Paganism

Reflections on a Progressive Pope

The expression “love of God” is ambiguous:  it can refer to God’s love of man or to man’s love of God.  The expression “fear of God,” therefore, suffers from the same ambiguity, but not heretofore in any practical sense.   2,954 more words


On the Different Types of Agnosticism

The first time I found out that there was such a thing as atheism, I was in high school.  From a strictly logical point of view, that made things pretty simple. 1,472 more words


St. Iggy's Day!

To the saint whose teachings had a positive impact in my life, Happy Feast Day! :)

Lord, teach me to be generous.
Teach me to serve You as You deserve;

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