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Hearts Over Minds

This recent post over at “Godless in Dixie” is a great explanation of how Christian faith relies more on emotional feelings rather than intellectual justification. It’s the apples and oranges of discussion, and I think drawing attention to it might help explain why sometimes repeating cogent argument doesn’t always rebut what some Theists say about their beliefs. 633 more words


Why is Agnosticism a Big Deal?

This post by Seth over at “Weighing the Evidence” had got me thinking about agnosticism again. An Agnostic with regards to religion is someone who has a belief that knowledge of any deities is ultimately unattainable. 819 more words


Men of OKC: Spirit

I hate small talk. I really hate it. I’ve already done one blog about the conversationalists of OKC and gave some more examples of it later. 1,332 more words


Hello There, Pro-LGBT Christian Person. Why Can't You Be More Like Me?

Adam Lee at Daylight Atheism has a message for Pro-Gay Christians:

Wouldn’t it be such a relief to just be, to live your life honestly and without apology, without all this worry about bigotry and rejection?

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Men of OKC: What's with the attitude?

Sometimes dudes don’t get it. Sometimes dudes don’t get it at all. Sometimes “it” doesn’t get the dudes. Here is one bizarre conversation that I had with someone where “it” was no where near the equation. 1,935 more words


The Existence of Morals and Values: The Source Of Where They Came

The debate over the source explaining how we came to know right from wrong, or what is explained good or evil from as mankind based upon the perspectives of Believers and non-believers alike, in respect to both the question of whether or not these views come from a higher power such as God, or whether we as humans can honestly base a foundation of Morals with a supreme higher power as God. 118 more words


What Atheism Means

Just over a year ago when I started writing on this blog, one of the biggest insecurities I had was about whether or not I thought I was an Atheist. 911 more words