Category Archives: Religion

I’m Breaking a Promise To Myself

I had firmly resolved when I started this blog that the one thing I wouldn’t talk about would be my sexuality.  Other than to express support, I avoid the subject on social media.  I’m a private person, and I grew … Continue reading

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I’m Tired of Harris and Dawkins, but Not For the Reasons You Might Think~

I usually stay out of the thick of the social justice warrior fray because I think it’s a colossal waste of time defending or attacking someone who agrees or disagrees with  something someone said that doesn’t fit the paradigm of … Continue reading

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A #Call To #Moderate #Muslims #Dawah #Islam

I talk to many muslims on social media. Often the subject comes up about extremism and violence, invariably they distance themselves from those who are hostile to others who do not practice beliefs in the way they think are the … Continue reading

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Who Doesn’t Like A Good Meme?

Anyone seen this circulating social media? Christians love it.  If only it were true.  Like all the other fabrications they are fond of spreading, this one is demonstrably false.  There’s been a fair amount of research from reputable scholars, both … Continue reading

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Presuppositional Questions From #Christians Part II

Today’s post is part II of Presuppositional Questions by Christians. I found it originally on Godless Cranium and the questions come from Carm. I’ve combined like questions for cogency and brevity. Some of these questions are good ones for atheists … Continue reading

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Presuppositional Questions from Christians Part I

Godless Cranium has an interesting post on a survey/study by CARM on his blog today. I got me to thinking and out of my slough of inactivity here. Whether deliberate or not questions are often formed from inside the framework … Continue reading

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Why Political Appointees Are Useless In implementing Systemic Change

The VA scandal has passed from the public eye, but here and there I still find ongoing conversations mostly from liberal activists and veterans who carry the torch. The knee jerk reaction was, of course, for the Hon. Mr Shinseki … Continue reading

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