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Religious Belief Has Nothing to Do With Being Irrational, Say Scientists

A famous French writer once said, and I paraphrase: Man is certainly stark mad; he cannot make a worm, yet he creates gods by the thousands.  That quote says it all as far as I’m concerned. I understand that belief … Continue reading

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The Virgin Birth: Why We Believe

People can justify anything. When a person or group of persons decides to believe in something, regardless of how absurd that something may be, they’re  going to believe it; period. Believing in miracles, virgin births, the supernatural, etc. is ridiculous. … Continue reading

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Jay Leno angers Parliament with Mitt Romney joke

For all you idiots out there who believe that your religion must be respected and is beyond criticism or ridicule; grow up and get a life! Religions are no more worthy of respect than a person’s political ideologies. In fact, … Continue reading

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Pat Condell: God or nothing

More reason and commons sense; both of which are foreign to religious people… TGO Video: YouTube

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Robert G. Ingersoll: “Improved Man”

The ‘improved man’ will be in favor of universal liberty – that is to say, he will be opposed to all kings and nobles, to all privileged classes. He will give to all others the rights he claims for himself. … 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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Religious Polls

I have posted two Religious Polls on this Blog. The first, which was created several weeks ago, pertains to belief in God. The second, which I just put up today, relates to the beatification of Pope John Paul II. These … Continue reading

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Response to GhostRider’s post regarding my Religious Poll

Mr. GhostMan, I’ll try to be brief, as I realize you suffer from ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) and consequently are unable to focus for even brief periods of time; hence, your confusion with my poll. Not that I need to … Continue reading

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Lemuel K. Washburn: “Where is Truth”?

Men have enthroned truth in some far-off kingdom, away from the world, as though it were too pure to live on earth. It has been made supernatural, and only to be known by being revealed. But truth is everywhere; its … Continue reading

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Robert G. Ingersoll: “Secularism”

Several people have asked me the meaning of this term. Secularism is the religion of humanity; it embraces the affairs of this world; it is interested in everything that touches the welfare of a sentient being; it advocates attention to … Continue reading

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