• April 21, 2024
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‘Say Islam is violent, and we’ll kill you!’

I have some very exciting news concerning this amazing old-soul Syrian warrior-woman and patriotic American, Dr. Wafa Sultan, so stay tuned.  Meanwhile, here’s a window into her world. For Muslim Who Says Violence Destroys Islam, Violent Threats By JOHN M. BRODER Published: March 11, 2006 LOS ANGELES, March 10 —…

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A poem for Acharya

The sheeple goose-step with precision conformity carefully dodging reason and integrity minds numb to critical thought they seek acceptance and absolution from invisible men and mimicry of superstition By graceful deflection their faith is kept heads in sand logic bereft living to die yet not knowing why indoctrined in ignorance…

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Mithraism & Christianity

Here is a nifty quote from the New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge (“Mithra, Mithraism,” VII, 419): “The birth of Mithra and of Christ were celebrated on the same day; tradition placed the birth of both in a cave; both regarded Sunday as sacred; in both the central figure was…

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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…

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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…

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Nationalism is always tied to religion

The use of religion for social control is a major part of all nations. Could you imagine any nation being founded on Atheism or Agnosticism? Even the perceived religious identity of the U.S. , even though we profess a freedom of religion, is that of Christianity. The belief in God…

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Religion, a cynical view point

Religion – a cynical viewpoint A religion has come to be associated with a Prophet, a book and preferably one God. Some religions say that there is only one God and it is their God. If you call Him by any other name, it would tantamount to worshipping false God!…

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The ‘God Question’ Answered – Part 3 of 3 (Chronocentric)

Continued from The ‘God Question’ Answered part 2 of 3 (Homocentric) The final centricity that we need to get over is chronocentricity. The concept that time exists. The concept that there is a beginning and an ending to everything. The concept of time is nearly a universally accepted tenet. The problem is…

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Shroud of Turin a fake?!

Gee, what a surprise!  You mean science has finally proved that the Shroud of Turin is a fake? This notion has been batted around for centuries, based on numerous factors, so it comes as no surprise to those of us who are not believers in the Christian myth as “history.”…

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The ‘God Question’ Answered – Part 2 of 3 (Homocentric)

Continued from The ‘God Question’ Answered Part 1 of 3 Homocentric If one is to be intellectually honest then we must question everything. We must examine our own sacred-cows with vigor and passion in the same way we question the most vile and contemptuous doctrines of mankind. The thought that…

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The ‘God Question’ Answered – Part 1 of 3 (Geocentric)

Here are some thoughts on why people come to the conclusion that there must be a God. It is a product of my own deductive reasoning and I certainly invite all informed critique. But be advised, you better do your homework. We humans have an arrogance that stems from three…

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Missing Link found?

Very fascinating news on the paleontology front. A number of fossils, including one species definer named “Ardi,” have been discovered and examined to reveal that they represent possibly “the last common ancestor of humans and living apes.” Oldest “Human” Skeleton Found–Disproves “Missing Link” Scientists today announced the discovery of the…

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Buddhist influence on Christianity?

I find it intriguing that the thesis putting forth much of Christianity as having been borrowed from Buddhism is so popular that it merits its own entry in Wikipedia. And all these years, I’ve been (erroneously) told that I am the only person in history who takes these purported parallels…

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The 2010 Astrotheology Calendar

I have just released my latest project, The 2010 Astrotheology Calendar! What I found is really great stuff – check it out: The 2010 Astrotheology Calendar The 2010 Astrotheology Calendar—brought to you by Astrotheology Press, a division of Stellar House Publishing—provides valuable and amazing information about holidays celebrated from ancient times…

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Supreme Court challenge to Church & State separation?

Please see my latest Examiner article – Supreme Court challenge to Church & State separation? “While I do not generally engage in criticism of individuals, I have to say that one of my least favorite Supreme Court Justices during the many years I have been a sentient adult is Antonin…

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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.…

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Hinduism in America

I have to admit it, I have a soft spot for Hinduism, at least as it is practiced in the U.S. and as it appears in books in English that extoll its values, wonders and mysticism. That’s not to say that I do any Hindu practices or even hold any…

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The myth of Hebrew monotheism

In my book The Christ Conspiracy: The Greatest Story Ever Sold, I have a chapter called “The Myth of Hebrew Monotheism,” which explains that, according to the Bible, the Hebrews/Israelites/Jews were always “whoring after other gods.” Unbelievably, rabid apologists attempting to debunk my entire body of work have even homed…

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Christian World Domination?

The executive director of the “influential” Coral Ridge Ministries, whose pastor is Rev. D. James Kennedy, once infamously remarked: “Christians have an obligation, a mandate, a commission, a holy responsibility to reclaim the land for Jesus Christ–to have dominion in civil structures, just as in every other aspect of life…

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Welcome to Freethought Nation!

Greetings and salutations. We at Freethought Nation are pleased to announce our newly redone site, which has been designed to create what we hope will become a global hub for freethinkers, atheists, agnostics, secularists and humanists, as well as aficionados of history, religion, mythology, mythicism, astrotheology, archaeoastronomy, nutrition, environmental issues…

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