Category Archives: Christianity

The Disconnect Between Religious Values and Conclusions

I was accused in conversation of being a ‘moral atheist,’ by a theist who presumably recognizes the fact that despite the consistent claims of the Bible, it is possible to be both moral and without God, or to recognize moral … Continue reading

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Proving God Wrong: Why Believers are Fundamentally Incorrigible

Last week, I discussed the idea of confirmation bias and its influence on prayer and belief, which led me eventually to the idea that God is never wrong.  This is an important concept, that I feel as though should be … Continue reading

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Indigestion, Confirmation Bias, and the Flying Spaghetti Monster

Bad Spaghetti Last night, my girlfriend cooked her gluten-free spaghetti, along with some pretty tasty ground turkey , shrooms and sauce.  Problem is, something in the whole shabang gave us both indigestion (i.e. you don’t want to be in the … Continue reading

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Christian Billboard: Beautiful Message, Ignorant Theology

In my own journey towards intellectual freedom, one driving factor was present, even through my Christian years: truth.  To borrow some of the decent wisdom of the Bible, Proverbs 12:17 Whoever speaksthe truth gives honest evidence, but a false witness utters deceit … Continue reading

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