What Remains

It’s been nearly 4 years since I left the beliefs of my childhood behind. The dust has settled for the most part. I have long since developed a new perspective, a new philosophy, a new moral foundation. In many ways, arguably the most important ways, I am still the same person as I always was. […]

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Why Religious Believers Are So Desperate for the Atheist Seal of Approval

Note: I did not write this. Credit goes to Greta Christina, article taken directly from http://www.alternet.org. …………………………………………………………………………………………..  If you hang around the online atheist world long enough, you’ll notice an interesting pattern. Many religious and spiritual believers who engage with atheists seem very intent on getting atheists’ approval for their beliefs. Typically, these believers acknowledge […]

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No Cookie for Copernicus

There is something that I didn’t think to include in my original post on humanism. There is another way that my “humanness” defines me, and I think the most important one. In nearly every sense, humanity created me. When I think of the things I’ve come to believe and value throughout my life and the […]

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