Tag Archives: Miracles

3 Reasons People Believe in Miracles (But Shouldn’t)

More logical arguments/discussions; something the religiously indoctrinated among you have trouble dealing with. TGO Video: YouTube

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Romney opening up _ a little _ about his religion

Religion and politics, unlike religion and science, have quite a bit in common. For one thing they both prey on people’s emotions; telling them what they want to hear. But probably more than anything else, they both engage in deception. … Continue reading

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Pat Condell: Miracles and morals

Very true… Strip away the miracles and what do you have? TGO Video: YouTube

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James A Haught: “A Freethinker’s Testimony”

Just because you grow up in the Bible Belt (I was born in a West Virginia hamlet with no electricity) doesn’t mean automatically that you’re a fundamentalist. My family never went to church. Most people I knew laughed at “holy … Continue reading

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AP Exclusive: Miracle claimed for WWII-era pope

These are the kinds of stories which turn my stomach… The idiot pictured below believes that through her prayers to Pope Pius II, who died in 1958, he interceded in her fight against cancer by having God cure her of … Continue reading

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James A Haught: “Let’s outgrow Fairy Tales”

The supernatural spectrum is immense: Gods, goddesses, devils, demons, angels, heavens, hells, purgatories, limbos, miracles, prophecies, visions, auras, saviors, saints, virgin births, immaculate conceptions, resurrections, bodily ascensions, faith-healings, salvation, redemption, messages from the dead, voices from Atlantis, omens, clairvoyance, spirit-signals, … Continue reading

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Hindu holy man Sathya Sai Baba dies aged 86

Isn’t it interesting; the man pictured below was believed to be a God who performed miracles such as healing the sick (among other things) yet he couldn’t heal himself. This is yet one more of the many “gods” who have … Continue reading

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Lemuel K. Washburn: “Ideas of Jesus”

There is a vast difference between knowledge of the Bible and knowledge. A person may know all there is in the Bible, and not know but little. In fact, so much of the Bible is either pure fiction or doubtful … Continue reading

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Pope John Paul’s coffin to be exhumed for faithful

More BS from the Vatican… As if calling someone a saint after some ritualistic ceremonies and false claims of miracles had any real meaning? How long before people realize this is just pure nonsense? I suppose the “faithful” also believe … Continue reading

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Pope John Paul to be beatified May 1

I realize that most if not all religions have silly traditions which are part of the history of their faith, but Christianity (Catholicism in particular) has to have by far more rituals than those of all other religions combined; as … Continue reading

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Robert G. Ingersoll: “The Bible, Facts and Miracles”

We have heard talk enough. We have listened to all the drowsy, idea-less, vapid sermons that we wish to hear. We have read your Bible and the works of your best minds. We have heard your prayers, your solemn groans … Continue reading

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Robert G. Ingersoll: “Ingersoll’s Vow”

When I became convinced that the Universe is natural – that all the ghosts and gods are myths, there entered into my brain, into my soul, into every drop of my blood, the sense, the feeling, the joy of freedom. … Continue reading

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Lemuel K. Washburn: “Are Christians Intelligent or Honest”?

Future generations will regard the men who accept the Christian superstitions either as simple or dishonest. We are forced to doubt the sanity or sincerity of people who profess to believe in the doctrine of the Trinity, in a “begotten … Continue reading

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