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    The Top 10 Ways to Avoid Becoming An Atheist
    10. Don't go to college. Book learnin' is for sinners.9. If you do go to college, don't take an Introduction to Philosophy course. "I Kant believe you are asking me to prove the existence of my God."8. If you do stumble and...
  • Christopher Hitchens
    God is not great, but Christopher Hitchens was!
    Christopher Hitchens was able to not only speak out against the evils of religion, but was able to do it with such eloquence and passion that even religious believers were forced to consider what he had to say. It isn’t just that he was...
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    Hitchens dead at 62
    On Thursday December 15th, Christopher Hitchens died at 62 years old. Hitchens was diagnosed with esophageal cancer in 2010 and despite his ailment, he continued to debate, write, and lector against religion. Atheists didn’t wait until he...
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    Hitchens makes fatal error in debate against Tony Blair
    Atheism has an obvious flaw: the use of logic, which is transcendental, to defend the position that transcendental realities do not exist. This worldview plays dangerously close to the mental disorder cliff as well as having the ironic...
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    Catholic Watch: Donohue defends Mel Gibson and calls Leno a bigot
    Cartoons courtesy of South ParkThis week in Catholic: Catholic League president Bill Donohue is offended again. This time, he takes the time out of his protests of the Empire State Building, Comedy Central, Lady Gaga, and comedian Louis C.K. to...
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    The Pope reaches out to non-believers who believe
    Photo courtesy of News Junkie PostRecently Pope Benedict XVI has created a new group within the Church called the "Courtyard of the Gentiles." The purpose of this group is to reach out to non-Catholic believers particularly atheists....
  • One common misconception about atheists
    5 misconceptions about atheists
    Online arguments--and arguments between atheists and theists in particular--are often exhausting and unproductive. While internet communities such as Examiner.com can help bring many people together in dialogue, people are more likely to...
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