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The Lost Gospels

Started this discussion. Last reply by Zeb Sep 20, 2008. 1 Reply

The mind of the Theist

Started this discussion. Last reply by Josiah Allen Jul 17, 2009. 17 Replies

Neurotheology

Started this discussion. Last reply by Paul Lin Nov 18, 2009. 25 Replies

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Paul Lin replied to Tony Alexander's discussion Neurotheology
"I agree. I would exclude card counters, though."
Nov 18, 2009
Edward Teach replied to Tony Alexander's discussion Neurotheology
"Yea, I'd lump religion, AA, gambling and drug addiction in the same pot."
Nov 18, 2009
Paul Lin replied to Tony Alexander's discussion Neurotheology
"Ah... Yes, there is something called the God Helmet ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/God_helmet ) It proves that religious experience is nothing but a electrical stimulation not caused by an invisible entity that can control everything and know every…"
Nov 18, 2009
David Miller replied to Tony Alexander's discussion Neurotheology
"I was waiting for you to reply to this Adriana. Would I be correct in saying that we have genes that influence the various chemicals/hormones that effect our behavior? Like we might be X% likely to be nice or be an asshole? Please forgive me if…"
Nov 10, 2009
Mister Harvey replied to Tony Alexander's discussion Neurotheology
"Edit: ... some version of Absolute Unitary Be-ing (state) may actually ..."
Nov 9, 2009
Mister Harvey replied to Tony Alexander's discussion Neurotheology
"Neurotheology is taking is baby steps right now. It could be some time before we start getting the answers we need but the subject is fascinating. I think about it like this. Every attribute of God, the aspirational, the destructive, the wisdom,…"
Nov 7, 2009
Jim Mo. replied to Tony Alexander's discussion Neurotheology
"Without saying that there IS or is NOT a gene for predisposition toward "religious" belief, is this not just like the debate over the "gay gene"? How far have we gotten on that debate? How many atheists would hold a double…"
Aug 21, 2009
Ronin replied to Tony Alexander's discussion Neurotheology
"Electrical Stimulation causing a religious experience. Hmmm.... Maybe sticking your equipment in a light socket might....Sorry! This comment belongs on the comedy board. Seriously though the use of ECT (Electro Convulsive Therapy) in addition to…"
Aug 19, 2009

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At 4:27am on July 25, 2008, Tony Alexander said…
I didn't realize how new the Atheist Nexus was until I read the details. I like the layout which is similar to Facebook but without the advertising. I did mention that I used to chat on IRC, if anyone can remember that far back, in the days when the net was young and only for nerds. I used to spend hours chatting but now days I find that blogging is a more creative outlet for my energies. I guess there's a place for chat although I think it requires a more active approach whereas blogging is more dependent on the urge to rant...usually in the middle of the night with a bout of insomnia.
At 3:57am on July 24, 2008, Chrys Stevenson said…
Hi Tony! Don't worry - I'm practically computer illiterate. I have to google for every bloody thing I want to do! LOL

This site is pretty intuitive. Hope you find your way around OK - if not, just ask and someone will help you out.

Kris
At 6:04pm on July 19, 2008, Chrys Stevenson said…
Hi Tony! Welcome to Atheist Nexus! I'm Kris from Queensland. I've started an Aussie/Kiwi/South Pacific Group here. Please feel free to drop in for a chat - or to start your own discussion.

Our Aussie numbers are growing every day!

Cheers
Kris
 
 
 

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