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There Was Never a God … November 27, 2013

I disagree with some “scientists” in that I think it possible for people to know rather than simply to accept or believe. One thing I know is that there is no God, god, or gods. The concept of a God, … Continue reading

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The Agnostic Trap …Who Ya Gonna call? … October 30, 2013

Theists seem determined to elevate a belief in a god to a universal level. Everybody, they insist, believes in god whether they admit it or not, even if it is not their god. If you leave an opening in the … Continue reading

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Spurning a Label…. March 25, 2013

Religion has, as its main motivation, the fear of death. There are other reasons for religion such as the transference of respect of and belief in one’s parents ability to protect you, care for you, to an even more magnificent … Continue reading

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Just What Do All those isms Mean? September 24, 2012

a·the·ism (th–zm) n. 1. Disbelief in or denial of the existence of God or gods. 2. The doctrine that there is no God or gods.   secularism [ˈsɛkjʊləˌrɪzəm] n 1. (Philosophy) Philosophy a doctrine that rejects religion, esp. in ethics … Continue reading

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