Point of No Return

Many adults, especially past the age of 40, seem to have gone beyond the point of no return with religion. They have spent so much time, energy, money, family ties, personal development and emotional/spiritual stock in their religion that it would be too difficult and too far of a journey to turn the other way, … More Point of No Return

I’m Still Here

I’ve been trapped in the rat race, wearing a mask and herding with all of the other American sheep, trying my hardest to break out of the canned, fake, and lifeless system that is middle class suburbia – and still provide for my family. I’ll get back to blogging as soon as possible, because this … More I’m Still Here

Christians and Science

I am getting tired of condescending, patronizing, and manipulative Christians conceding the validity of science in order to make themselves more credible when arguing religion.  It is tiresome, an obvious sales tactic, and a waste of time.  If they really, truly accepted the implications of what we learn just from cosmology and biology, there is no way … More Christians and Science

Don’t Let Them Hijack the Cosmological Argument!

The next time the cosmological argument comes up (the “first cause argument” for the existence of God), DO NOT let the Christian get away with trying to hijack logic when making this argument.  The infinite regress must be applied to God as well, since he is a complex being that would have had an even … More Don’t Let Them Hijack the Cosmological Argument!

Quote from School Shooting Article

The last line of this article, http://gma.yahoo.com/priests-horrible-job-telling-parents-childrens-deaths-165442686–abc-news-topstories.html a reverend says that this “was not God’s plan.” So, whenever a baby is saved from a burning building we can see the majestic work of God’s glorious power, but he just wasn’t around for this massacre?  And how does this guy know God’s plan? God gets a … More Quote from School Shooting Article