Category Archives: LIfe

My Favorite Atheist was a New Yorker

During a minor internet search, in which I was hoping to glean assorted information on the Piltdown Man, I encountered the following item. And I had to laugh, partly because I was ashamed for not ever having heard of it, … Continue reading

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Atheism and Sense of Community

Throughout my blogosphere travels over the past few weeks, I have encountered a number of posts by newly professed Atheists who are lamenting the loss of community that religion once gave them. I can understand this feeling, only partially. Actually, … Continue reading

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Considering Facts About Atheism; Viewing the Article in Retrospect

Diana Nyad says she’s an Atheist and Oprah remarks, “But you’re into awe.” Oprah seems to be speaking on behalf of those who think that Atheists are automatons who are incapable of experiencing what the religious community has obviously come … Continue reading

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Noah (2014) DVD Release

I am generally late to the hubbub that surrounds many movies because I don’t see them until they come out on RedBox. That being said, when I saw Aronofsky’s Noah (2014) in the new release section, I picked it up … Continue reading

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Concerning Great Literature, the Movies, and How the Bible Fits In

Isn’t it great when filmmakers put forth the effort to bring our favorite works of literature to the silver screen? I view this as an effort to breath life into the stories that intrigue us most. An author takes hold … Continue reading

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