Tag: religion

The Humpty Dumpty Gospel

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And now for a reading from the Humpty Dumpty Gospel: HD 1:1   And you, who deny the great Humpty, (or as his friends call him “The Big Hump”) shall surely perish in the fryers of hell. HD 1:2   But ye who keep the sunny side up will know everlasting satisfaction that is only possible […]

More than one in four Americans believe religion “outdated”

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Overall, this is good news, as it indicates that, rather than blindly believing in unfounded concepts which  have created an often spectacular amount of divisiveness and horror, people are beginning to develop the courage and insight to look more closely and with greater scientific thinking into humankind’s most important issues. Nevertheless, I hope by “outdated” […]

Religion going green

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Good news from the religion front for a change. When I first started online almost 15 years ago, Christian fundies largely ruled the airwaves and spewed invective at “tree huggers” and “hippies,” who were the only people conceivable (by them) to be involved in environmentalism. I once got into a loud fracas with a rabid […]

Absurd vs Obvious explanations

The more unbelievable a thing is to be believed the more believed it will be. How awful. From “I can’t find my socks” being total bullshit to “an Invisible pink unicorn just ran his pointy horn through my buttocks” – hmm, I can see that one happening – is so utterly ridiculous that I sometimes […]

The 2010 Astrotheology Calendar | A Review

History has always been written by the victors. For nearly two thousand years, the victors in Western Civilization’s war for souls has been Christianity. They have forged artifacts, historicized past events, and rewritten history to suit the needs of those in power and in control of the clergy. The 2010 Astrotheology Calendar takes a significant […]

Christian charity?

It’s really great when people donate their time and skills to help others. I highly encourage that type of behavior in our global community. But I do wish people would just do it, without any strings attached or as motivated by belief an invisible Jewish man or other such inspiration. Case in point, the many […]

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