Monthly Archives: July 2011

Re: The Evils Of Liberalism.

The following is a response to sammy-the-douche’s blog “the evils of liberalism”.  I was randomly searching xanga and found this off-his-meds masterpiece (which I had to log out to read since I was blocked by mister freedom and apple pie … Continue reading

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The Watchmaker Analogy/Argument.

This argument is one of the most popular, widely accepted and widely refuted arguments in theology.  William Paley popularized the argument in 1802, a mere 23 years after David Hume used it as an example of a bad argument and … Continue reading

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Creationism Summed Up In One Sentence.

Bear with me while I explain a basic scientific concept so you will get my point.  Ring species, as many of you know, are one of the more interesting illustrations of evolution.  They are species which have spread out and … Continue reading

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Re: North Korea Is An Atheist State And Other Silly Notions.

I am arguing with someone on xanga who is basically claiming that atheists are all sub-human assholes who care not for things like human rights and that basically every civil rights movement was championed by christians and christians alone – … Continue reading

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The Idea That Morality Is Supernatural.

I got into another discussion with a xangan about the idea that atheists/naturalists/materialists couldn’t possibly explain something like morality because it must transcend nature, which is no different than saying 2,000 years ago that we must have a supernatural explanation … Continue reading

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Bit Of A Religion Argument.

I’ve noticed I’ve had a bit of a short fuse with religious folk lately – I blame it on the weather, it’s hot as hell this week.  Anyway, I thought this was an interesting bit of a conversation between me … Continue reading

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Trying To Be Objective About Religion.

I thought this comment I posted somewhere about objectivity and religion was blog-worthy: “Okay, the point (which I thought was obvious) is that you accept claims from the bible which you would not accept from any other source, based on … Continue reading

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