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Making the Acquaintance of Moral Complexity - Part 1 of 5

This is the first part of a five-part essay comparing and contrasting the moral systems of the Dalai Lama, Andre Comte-Sponville, and Viktor Frankl with regard to how well (or poorly) their respective moral systems fare against morally complex situations. 881 more words


Neillology on Air: God & Evolution

Over the past several months I have had the privilege of participating in a number of interviews, discussions and debates. I will share these from time to time along with a few reflections on those interactions. 185 more words

Not So Polite Dinner Conversation - I think this bizarre Christian claim deserves a post of its own

My adversary on Kaleidoscope has come out with this curious thing as an answer to my comment “It is, of course, no surprise at all that our author here won’t answer these questions either: “For some reason this god wanted to keep humans ignorant of what good and evil are. 697 more words

Not So Polite Dinner Conversation

Not So Polite Dinner Conversation - the continued failure of apologetics

I follow this particular Christian’s blog, The Kaleidoscope of Culture, which is a rather curious mix of apologetics and other things.  The author does occasionally write a reply to my comments but he consistently never actually replies to me in the comments, only putting his response in a separate comment. 2,493 more words

Not So Polite Dinner Conversation

Why religious people can’t be objective: Part 2

I’ve obviously already covered objective morality, and the claims from the religious that you need a higher power for morals to be objective, and I stated that it’s flawed for two obvious reasons, and that morality can only ever be subjective. 793 more words


Athanasius and the Resurrection of Non-Human Creatures

Recently, Pan-Orthodox Concern for Animals put up a short article of mine arguing for the bodily resurrection of non-human creatures. You can find the article… 186 more words


A God-Composed Journey of Faith Transcends above the American Dream 1

“No man that warreth entangleth himself with the affairs of this life; that he may please him who hath chosen him to be a soldier.”   … 802 more words