“Doubt is not a pleasant condition, but certainty is absurd”
I have always been the kind of person that questions everything. It is just a part of my personality, something that I can’t change about myself.1,255 more words
In this post, I will discuss homophobia and religion (and throw in a little misogyny too), as well as the moralistic fallacy.
Recently homophobia among religious conservatives has been especially popular, thanks to the law legalizing gay marriage in the US. 710 more words
Our guest Brian Hinkley lives very near to us in Hamilton Ontario where, amongst many careers he’s held, Brian served on the city council. Somewhere along the path of his life Brian came to question religion and faith which eventually led to his writing a book on atheism from a layman’s point of view. 50 more words
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Lewis’s argument is actually fairly simple: The disease theory, and the science sometimes used to support it, fail to take into account the plasticity of the human brain.