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For Those Who Have Recently Become Atheist

Introduction If you have recently abandoned your faith in whatever god or gods your were taught to believe in, and you want to highlight the errors of thought in your former tormentors, then I dedicate this post to you. I … Continue reading

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A Flock of Sheep, An Irrationality of Theists

A Time for Review I have been engaging with theists on Twitter for a number of years in an attempt to find out why they all proclaim that God exists. While they come up with a range of explanations, and … Continue reading

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Genesis, corrected

In The Beginning 1.1 In the beginning, God created the Universe 1.2 And in the Universe He created the Earth 1.3 And upon the Earth He created the Garden of Dene 1.4 And in the Garden of Dene He created … Continue reading

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Time and Causality

My Thanks to … My thanks goes to Evan Stegner (twitter: EVANgelize_guys) for prompting me to write this post. Commentary Evan and I had a long twitter discussion about causality, and my issue with the idea that all things which … Continue reading

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“Truth is Absolute!”

Introduction I have for a long time been interested in what motivates outspoken theists. Using Twitter has enabled me to interact with some of them, and observe some of their thinking in their responses to my tweets. In terms of … Continue reading

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A Reply to BeatKnoxxx

My Thanks to … My thanks goes to BeatKnoxxx (twitter: BeatKnoxxx, web site http://www.hulkshare.com/44mq5t2vuz7k) for prompting me to write this post. Background BeatKnoxxx started proceedings with this tweet: There then followed a number of tweet exchanges which prompted me to … Continue reading

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An Answer for David Washburn

Introduction This post is a response to this tweet by David Washburn (Twitter @SearchGodsHeart, web site http://searchinggodsheart.blogspot.com/): The question deserves a considered answer, which requires more than 140 characters. Discussion There appears to be an assumption underlying the question: that … Continue reading

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