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Quid est veritas?

In discussing religion in general and Christianity in particular, there is often disagreement between theists and non-theists about the concept of truth.  Naturally, if two people don’t agree about truth, they won’t agree about much weightier matters such as God or morals.   581 more words

Apologetics

Funsized Fallacies: Ad Hominem

All the chewy goodness of fallacious reasoning in new fun-sized bites!

Ad hominem in Latin means “to the man”

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Arguing Religion

by Michael Lochlann

Atheists and agnostics love to argue with the religious. They try so earnestly to persuade, but accomplish nothing. Because they constantly, constantly make this mistake… 472 more words

Philosophy

A Single-Mom Asked Me a Question That Changed My Life


Her Name was Rosemary …. She was a single mom and she had no idea how much she had changed my life.

I was in my mid-twenties and I had a one year old baby girl. 531 more words

RELIGION

Okay Senator, You Asked...

I don’t usually wade in to the political cesspool, but this was too good to pass up. I don’t think Senator McMorris-Rodgers was expecting quite this response to her Facebook query. 8 more words

New (and Renewed) Directons

Bergdahl—a Bad Decision

In our illustrious history, we have made some huge mistakes in foreign policy, but that’s what they have been—mistakes. Even Jimmy Carter, whose Presidency was a colossal failure, tried to do the right thing, but this doesn’t seem to be true of the Obama administration. 182 more words

American Exceptionalism