Monthly Archives: February 2011

The Religion Delusion | Center for Inquiry

This really is spot on – which is why I’m sharing. Here’s the start of the full post – Richard Carrier’s outstanding lecture about “Are Christians Delusional?” is must-see video for nonbelievers. Sure, watch the whole lecture (scroll down), but … Continue reading

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Freedom Of Religion Church Funny Picture | someecards.com

I LOVE this! Freedom Of Religion Church Funny Picture | someecards.com.

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Lovely Evening Out on the Town

Leslie and I met at the north west corner of 7th Avenue & 34th street yesterday at 5:00 PM. We walked over to 8th Avenue & 34th Street and had dinner at Tir Na Nog – lovely Irish Pub. The … Continue reading

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Freedom: Religious or Secular?

I’ve been reading a lot about freedom today. For the idea of secular freedom I’m using the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution as baseline. The word “freedom” does not appear at all – not even once – … Continue reading

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A New Methodology of Producing a Play…

First, the play is “The Rubber Room” by Gary Garrison & Roland Tec. The Rubber Room is a Reassignment Center for teachers accused of misconduct who are awaiting resolution of their cases. The program asserts “Tensions built. Tempers flared. Opinions … Continue reading

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The case for the immorality of religion – “a heavenly warrant for … cruelty”

From Christopher Hitchens’ God Is Not Great: I do not set myself up as a moral exemplar, and would be swiftly knocked down if I did, but if I was suspected of raping a child, or torturing a child, or … Continue reading

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From Christopher Hitchens

A quote from God is Not Great: Religion has run out of justifications. Thanks to the telescope and the microscope, it no longer offers an explanation of anything important. Where once it used to be able, by its total command … Continue reading

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