Monthly Archives: January 2013

Mars: Not So Marvelous

Mars looks glorious, because it’s alien. Scientists marvel and study the planet while the average citizen of Earth remains amazed that photographs have even been taken of the place. Wouldn’t it be nice if we could establish society in a … Continue reading

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Belief Through the Coercion of Sentimentalism

If I remember correctly, in The Case for Christ, a man becomes Christian after being previously skeptical. I haven’t seen the video for a while, but I remember watching it as a Christian and experiencing something odd. While the “case” … Continue reading

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Ghost Reactions in Living Atheism

Apart from essentially feeling cheated mentally and emotionally for most of my life, as a post-Christian Atheist, I also have to contend with the ghost reactions to the varying circumstances that occur as I go about my newer life. For … Continue reading

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Response to Religious Epigraphs

“Reason can only get you so far in life and it has limitations. At some point we have to acknowledge that there is something beyond us which many would call divine.” That “many” would call divine, and not “all” call … Continue reading

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