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  • Bermuda Triangle
    The mystery of the Bermuda Triangle
    One of the most famous mysterious places in the world is the Bermuda Triangle. Most people in the US knows the story that countless ships and planes have vanished in an this area of ocean (a triangle drawn between Bermuda, Puerto RIco and Florida)...
  • Not Enough Faith to be an atheist?
    Atheism 101: Does it take more faith to be an atheist?
    I hear it all the time, “it takes more faith to be an atheist than it does to believe in God.” This popular Christian argument claims that in order for atheists to reject the claim that god exists, we must first know everything that...
  • Narcissism
    Narcissism and Christianity. Is there a connection?
    Most social scientists agree that narcissism is on the rise in America. In fact, it has been steadily increasing since at least the mid-70s. This is a big deal, because narcissists can be very destructive at all levels of society. At its root,...
  • Path to final Iranian nuclear deal must be cleared
    Path to final Iranian nuclear deal must be cleared
    Now that things are beginning to get underway for a final Iranian nuclear deal, there are questions that must be resolved moving forward. Read article, “AP Analysis: Iran deal leaves major questions unresolved” by Bradley Klapper ...
  • Two types of thought
    Intuitive thinking for the religious and irreligious
    Intuitive VersusAnalyticThinkingAn old cop show is on. The detective and his partner are on the trail of a killer, but there is a disagreement between them. The partner points out that all of the evidence suggests that one suspect is the killer ...
  • Small Miracles
    The seductive math of everyday miracles
    A few weeks ago, I carpooled to an academic conference with a colleague who recently started attending AA meetings. His decision to quit had come after at least a decade of heavy drinking, and he was in that volatile period where every day is a...
  • Jesus on the Cross
    Debunking the conspiracy theories about Jesus Christ being based on a pagan deit
    Thanks to conspiracy theorists like D M Murdock and films like Zeitgeist a new way of looking at Jesus Christ is becoming increasingly popular. Rather then viewing Jesus as a real historical figure, as most historians both theist and atheist do,...
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    Thursday: Third annual Flying Spaghetti Monster benefit dinner
    You don't have to believe in God to care about feeding the hungry.From 6 to 9 p.m. onThursday, November 6, local humanist, secular, and skeptic groups are sponsoring an interfaith spaghetti dinner at theFirst Unitarian Universalist Church of...
  • Thinking man
    When it comes to believing in God, I'm skeptical
    When it comes to God, I’m a sceptic. I’m not skeptical about God though. I know He is real. What I am skeptical about is that anyone can truly understand who He is and not be changed. Most people would say they ‘believe’ in...
  • Answering "Top 50 Questions Christians Can't Answer" (46 through 50)
    Answering "Top 50 Questions Christians Can't Answer" (46 through 50)
    Part 1 may be found here.Part 2 may be found here.Part 3 may be found here.Part 4 may be found here.Part 5 may be found here.Part 6 may be found here.Part 7 may be found here.Part 8 may be found here.Part 9 may be found here.Over the course of...
  • Answering "Top 50 Questions Christians Can't Answer" (41 through 45)
    Answering "Top 50 Questions Christians Can't Answer" (41 through 45)
    "Pertness and ignorance may ask a question in three lines, which it will cost learning and ingenuity thirty pages to answer. When this is done, the same question shall be triumphantly asked again the next year, as if nothing had ever been...
  • Answering "Top 50 Questions Christians Can't Answer" (36 through 40)
    Answering "Top 50 Questions Christians Can't Answer" (36 through 40)
    This article continues a series examining R.E. Pucket's article "Top 50 Questions Christians Can't Answer".Part 1 may be found here.Part 2 may be found here.Part 3 may be found here.Part 4 may be found here.Part 5 may be found...
  • Answering "Top 50 Questions Christians Can't Answer" (31 through 35)
    Answering "Top 50 Questions Christians Can't Answer" (31 through 35)
    This article continues a series examining R.E. Pucket's article "Top 50 Questions Christians Can't Answer".Part 1 may be found here.Part 2 may be found here.Part 3 may be found here.Part 4 may be found here.Part 5 may be found...
  • Answering "Top 50 Questions Christians Can't Answer" (26 through 30)
    Answering "Top 50 Questions Christians Can't Answer" (26 through 30)
    "Pertness and ignorance may ask a question in three lines, which it will cost learning and ingenuity thirty pages to answer. When this is done, the same question shall be triumphantly asked again the next year, as if nothing had ever been...
  • Answering "Top 50 Questions Christians Can't Answer" (21 through 25)
    Answering "Top 50 Questions Christians Can't Answer" (21 through 25)
    "Pertness and ignorance may ask a question in three lines, which it will cost learning and ingenuity thirty pages to answer. When this is done, the same question shall be triumphantly asked again the next year, as if nothing had ever been...
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