"Okay, I am a wee bit of a geek. I find it most fascinating that contemporary computing with its attendant pattern-searching, pattern-recognition techniques lends itself very well to the critical examination of texts, especially "sacred…"
"I am a fence sitter - I love my 35mm cameras - but - I also love the instant gratification I get from my digital camera - plus - I can do mini-videos at the turn of a dial. (It also travels on my motorcycle easily.)
I enjoy photographing…"
"I am a Post-Catholic (my parents made the mistake of sending me to a Jesuit high school and college where the Jebbies taught me to think for myself... Gave me the "tools" I needed to get beyond Catholicism - and - the supernatural) I am…"
While promoting atheism, Harris examines spirituality by means of considering philosophy, neuroscience and mysticism rather than displaying tacit disdain for it. He warns of the threat that fundamentalist religion poses to human progress and survival
This group will do more than just pick apart biblical errors and contradictions. Let's closely examine the Bible and Qur'an. Nothing is sacred; every prophecy, proverb, and parable deserves examination and critique.
For the most part we photographers see the world as it truly is through the lens of a camera which is what we also strive to do as atheists and skeptics. Photographers of all skill levels welcome.See More