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Decisiveness, the Envy of the Wishy Washy … … December 25, 2013

The namby-pamby, the wavering, the indecisive, have no direction. Even when they see the merits of a position they cannot bring themselves to promote it, seeing moderation as a better position. They do not realize that the moderation they seek … Continue reading

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The Proselytizing Atheist … October 14, 2013

This post is directed towards those Christians that are beginning to question their faith. First of all, do not mistake your own innate predilection towards logic and reason for some evil incarnation of Satan. Unless you’ve eaten feces laden food and … Continue reading

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What’s in a Name … June 3, 2013

A label, let’s add a label to it. Everything needs a label. Without religion there would be no need for the label ‘atheist’. Without religion there would be no label ‘christian’. Without religion there would be no ‘belief’. When an … Continue reading

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Step Back and Take a Look … February 6, 2013

Many a Christian, engaged in a desperate attempt to save my soul, has claimed that when they surrendered to god to have had a supernatural experience. With the entrance of the spirit of god these people assert a cleansing of … Continue reading

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Modern Times; Christian Behavior

I have been writing a blog for several years. I have written them thinking that there were some basic commonalities between the differing groups of Christians. Well, there are some, many in fact, but some of my assumptions were wrong. … Continue reading

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Arrogant Atheist

On the blog-site of our local newspaper there was many a time when I was labeled arrogant. Although I was careful to present factual evidence of my position on most occasions I suppose on some I did not. However, most … Continue reading

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