The Tower of Babel caught my eye after having decided to read my bible. I attended some 8 years of Hebrew School, and have read the bible before, but it has been a long time. I can’t quote passages from it on a whim, nor do I know it half as well as I know … Continue reading The Tower of Babel – A Divisive And Fearful God
David Silverman, the current President of the American Atheists and Frank Turek, a Christian author and public speaker, recently debated on the subject of whether theism or atheism best explains reality. I will post the video within this article, though as it runs for two hours and twenty one minutes, for the sake of brevity I’m going to … Continue reading David Silverman Debates Frank Turek – A Focus on David’s Argument From Evil
Bertrand Russell, who lived from May 18th 1872 – to February 2nd 1970, a British philosopher, logician, mathematician, historian and social critic, was one of those rare individuals who seldom spoke without the sounding of wisdom as the result. He was an atheist and a champion of morality and reason, and to this day is a respected and … Continue reading Bertrand Russell’s ‘Ten Commandments’
My close friend Tristan recently posted an article titled No Excuse for Bigotry in which he focused on religious bigotry and why he felt it was wrong. Today I want to expand on this subject a little and discuss how atheists can be just as bigoted as the religious and how it can impact public perception … Continue reading Atheistic Bigotry Is Still Bigotry
There exists a great range mental states that humans can experience. Often the language we use to describe these states of mind bring conflict within the atheist community, and find a more comfortable space for discourse in either religion or new age groups. These experiences are often described as ‘spiritual’ in nature, and therein lies … Continue reading Is There A Place For Spiritual Discourse Within Atheism?