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So Darwin...

Started by Parallax. Last reply by Mister Harvey Oct 12, 2010. 7 Replies

If I have this correct: No angry militant anti theistic ranting, take a firm stance anti superstition. I can do that.

For Your Consideration, Use or Comment: A Logical Disproof of the Biblical God Concept

Started by John Jubinsky Feb 28, 2010. 0 Replies

A version of the following disproof entitled The Biblical God Concept - Nullified has been published in The Freethinker which is the online magazine of the Science and Rationalists' Association of…Continue

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Comment by Darwin Penda on December 26, 2009 at 10:56am
Fred: there are a series of those messages, some say "Confucianism + Humanism = Anthropa," they only mean to inspire people to look into the past before the hegemonic religions, and find customs that ties to a continuum bound with Humanism, in other words, in a strictly non-supernatural manifestation. In this way, Anthropa and Celebrate hold the same core values. In other words, "Pagans" are not in Anthropa, but certain accepted traditions that date back to Paganism can be. The idea is to strip off the dingy film of hegemonic superstition (typically Christianity or Islam), and find the remnant of tradition from your own culture, and manifest it in a non-theistic, Humanist, and modern way.
Comment by Little Name Atheist on December 21, 2009 at 9:21am
Let's hear it for our common cause!
Comment by Darwin Penda on December 19, 2009 at 3:02pm
We are in common cause with the group Celebrate, lead by Grundgetta; we both want a positive post-religious celebration of life!
Comment by Little Name Atheist on December 19, 2009 at 2:54pm
Thanks for the brief description, Darwin. I'll link to the group on Celebrate!
Comment by Darwin Penda on December 14, 2009 at 9:32pm
Pagan Traditions + Humanism = Anthropa!
Comment by Darwin Penda on December 5, 2009 at 7:06pm
I've started this group because as a sometime attendee of UU, Humanist, Ethical Culture, etc. gatherings, I noticed that I'm a fan of UU's and Ethical Culture's positive celebration of life, but somewhat perplexed by it not taking a stand on superstition. Humanism on the other hand, has the right philosophical grounding, but in practice, all too often boils down to meetings that simply rail against superstition. I want a community with a solid non-theistic grounding and a hearty celebration of life, love, nature and community. It is a vision I have had for many years, but finally want to start a dialogue about it. For any of you interested in this idea, I call it Anthropa. I am looking for charter members, won't you join? Let's build a better way together!
Comment by Darwin Penda on December 5, 2009 at 10:39am

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