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That there title is what is known as “click bait” and I would normally ignore such an obvious of an attempt to steal some of my precious time. Except . . . well, gosh, I don’t even know how to … Continue reading
If one is an atheist . . . wait, I need to back up. I need to explain something basic. A theist is a person who believes there exists at least one god. An atheist is a person who does not believe any … Continue reading
Yup, I had me one . . . an epiphany. No, not the manifestation of a divine being. Rather, an experience of sudden and striking realization. It came as a shock, it did. You see, after literally stumbling on a number of … Continue reading
For the two or three who bothered to read my last post, I have a favor to ask . . . you see, I am on the radar of one BJ, from this blog: http://tworiversblog.com/2013/06/14/an-open-letter-to-those-who-doubt-or-deny-god/ He obviously does not understand … Continue reading
I tend to go a long time between exposure to religion . . . and then things, things I don’t seek out, happen, and I dip my toes in the dirty water again. Despite the title of the post, most … Continue reading