Tag Archives: beliefs

What is so wrong with the tooth fairy?

My daughter lost her third tooth last night. She is six years old. When she went to bed she put her loose tooth under her pillow  expecting the tooth fairy to visit. The tooth fairy but not Peter Pan My husband and I are jointly raising our daughter to think for herself when it comes to … Continue reading What is so wrong with the tooth fairy?

Atheistic Bigotry Is Still Bigotry

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

Questioning Someone’s Faith: Poor Taste, Or Critical In Today’s World?

It’s an excellent practice to question ideas or proposed certainties, and not to adopt them into your own beliefs without sufficient evidence.  Although everyone has their own standard of what fits ‘sufficient evidence’, based on their education and level of natural skepticism, this is a generally accepted principle in society. Not Your Average Dinner Conversation If … Continue reading Questioning Someone’s Faith: Poor Taste, Or Critical In Today’s World?