In my previous post, as in the one before that, I criticized faith, as I always do. Someone always tries to rebut me, either by trying to say that faith isn’t really what it has always been consistently proven to be, or by projecting their greatest fault onto me by pretending that scientists are just […]
New Texas textbooks a bit light on historical facts
Although many concerned citizens, including Aron and me,[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RylrkgvtcZY[/youtube] testified in protest to certain claims like the theocratic dictator Moses having influenced the American system of government, Texas students will now learn that, and also about what an exceptional snowflake America is. It could have been worse had people not stepped in to remind the Texas State […]
Religious faith IS “belief without evidence”
In my previous post, I criticized faith, as I always do, and some believer predictably accused me of misrepresenting what Christian/religious faith really is. Usually the argument is an attempt to equivocate or project their own faults onto the opposition, as if science requires faith too, and that scientists are therefore “just as bad” as […]
What do atheists think?
This is my first submission to the Patheos network, where I am told there is much better chance that my posts will be read by religious believers. Good, because that’s who I mean to reach. When I read this article about evangelist John Lennox, I meant to reply to him, but then I realized that […]