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Steve King Proves, Unconvincingly, That America Is A Christian Nation

Steve King represents Iowa’s 4th congressional district and has been serving in the congress since 2003.  It is not only his belief that America is a Christian nation, but he also believes he can prove it with an asinine anecdote. Basic Morality 101 The art of recognition of one’s misdeeds, reporting them and apologizing, and … Continue reading Steve King Proves, Unconvincingly, That America Is A Christian Nation

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

The Dissection Of Morality From A Regular Guy’s Perspective

I am by no means an expert on morality, either philosophically or scientifically.  Though perhaps we should be wary of anyone who claims to be an expert in this field, and take a close look at to how well their actions measure up with their proposed expertise.  This subject is one that has long interested … Continue reading The Dissection Of Morality From A Regular Guy’s Perspective

Scope Insensitivity Offers Us Insight Into The Value of A Science of Morality

If you were walking along in some hypothetical landscape with a bag of golden coins in one pouch and a sack of apples over your shoulder and you came across one child, destitute and hungry, what would you be willing to offer this one child?   Let’s say you have twenty golden coins and fifty … Continue reading Scope Insensitivity Offers Us Insight Into The Value of A Science of Morality