I don't believe in gods or guns. Why this offends the sensibilities of a large portion of America I'll never understand. But, rest assured, in times of trouble, I don't suddenly start praying for a .45.
"i need a good argument on being against gay marriage" was a search term that led someone to my blog. It must have led him (her?) to one of two of my blog posts in which I present those arguments they're searching for and then refute them, exposing them for the thinly-veiled bigotry that they … Continue reading “i need a good argument on being against gay marriage”
Matthew 20:1-16 “1For the kingdom of heaven is like a landowner who went out early in the morning to hire workers for his vineyard. 2 He agreed to pay them a denarius for the day and sent them into his vineyard. 3 “About nine in the morning he went out and saw others standing in the marketplace … Continue reading Selfish Children
#Iwantanatheistpresident It's May, now, which means only 4 years and 7 months until the 2016 presidential election. Of course, before that, we have to survive this one. Since Mitt Romney is the Republican Nominee (yes, I know, not technically, but...) and we have a 2-party system in which a 3rd party can never hope to … Continue reading I Want An Atheist President
A couple days ago, my Facebook feed (ugh, I feel like I'm doing product placement every time I type that) included the following story, thanks to a Christian friend in my list: Anti-Bullying Speaker Curses Christian Teens Of course I clicked. Unsurprisingly, the 'Anti-Bullying Speaker' referred to in the article is sex columnist, prominent GLBT … Continue reading Bullying by an Anti-Bully Bully? Bully for you!
"It does me no injury for my neighbor to say there are twenty gods or no God. It neither picks my pocket nor breaks my leg." ~ Thomas Jefferson Ricky Gervais hosted the Golden Globes Sunday night and totally killed it (or was super mean and uncalled for, if you have sand in your vagina). … Continue reading “Thank you to God for making me an atheist.”
For most of my young life well through college, I considered myself apathetic to politics because I didn't know enough about the issues to care (as a good little Christian Youth, I was Republican by association, but it wasn't something I got heated up about). As I have little to no belief in the ability … Continue reading The Importance of Being Apathetic: or, The Birth of a Liberal
This is a tool for atheists (and like-minded skeptics) who find themselves in debates with numerous Christians and are inevitably stymied by the, "I'm not like other Christians" retort, making it impossible to distinguish what your combatant actually believes.