The latest RH Bill plenary debate has enlightened millions of Filipinos as the Honorable Senator Juan Ponce Enrile labeled the…Continue
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I had to share this with y'all...I found it to be hilarious and to be another ridicule against the 9/11 conspiracy theorists
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Hello everyone! Im new to this site and wanted to make my presence known. I am an atheist. Which sometimes is hard to be when you're in the south and are related to some of the biggest religious fanatics known in the modern age.
Im amother of 2 boys ages 2 and 4. I do my best to protect them from religious brainwashing anytime it arises. Plz feel free to add me or respond to this post.
My Way to Atheism
Some people experience becoming atheists as a conversion. I did not. I slowly got aware that I never was a real christian. I was an atheist behaving by imitation, as if I were a christian. I was baptised, and from their point of view, that made me irreversably a fellow christian. But of course, that is nonsense. A handful of water on my forehead as a baby had no impact upon the wiring of my brain.
I had the whole load of christian…
Escape from the ORDER!
By Steve Nelson is a fictional look into a very real possible future. The characters are fictional but the FACTS are REAL!
Two friends are born in a Government Training Facility & learn all that the New Order wants them to learn. They are seperated at an early age to go about their life occupations & later are reunited for the final fight for Freedom!
"I think Escape from the…Continue
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So what have you been up to this weekend? A spot of gardening? Went clubbing? Visiting relatives, perhaps? If you’re anything like me you’ve probably tried to do as little as possible, maybe even going so far as to achieving absolutely nothing at all. Well, if that’s the case, and you happened to be in Houston, Texas yesterday, there was something that might well have appealed to you (assuming, of course, that you’re up for achieving fuck all in a really big and pointless way). Around 30,000…Continue
Crime and Punishment or Religion and punishments.
Punishments by religious fanatics are more cruel that what law treats are crimes. Ironically religion gives protection to crime. Scriptures also endorse actions that people feel in their dreams or hallucination. Bible talks about Abraham taking his only son to ‘kill’ because God told so in his dream.…
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The Bible and Koran encourage and condone the worst aspects of human behavior: war, slavery, necrophilia, cruelty to animals, anthropocentrism, suicide, starvation, racism, xenophobia, blind faith, sexism, homophobia, nepotism, denial of reality, self flagellation, dichotomous thinking, torture, human sacrifice, symbolic cannibalism, and other insults to reason. The result has been to distort and pervert the worldview of all who cherish these religious beliefs and have faith in the dictates…Continue
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My daughter and I want to go see "The Atheist Experience" live in Austin, TX. I am a huge fan ans was wondering if anyone has been before? Does anyone know anything about getting into the live studio audience or have any tips concerning the show and the after dinner?
Hello fellow free thinkers, I was recently at a local muncipal government health clinic. There on a stand with information purtaining to the clinic, and it's services was a stack of issues from a local, "community monthly publication". The title is: "Changing Times", and evident by the cross accompaning the title, and the content within; this is a christian publication! This clinic is run by the local municipality, which in turn is part of the state's department of health & hospitals,…Continue
Until 1956, "E Pluribus Unum," Latin for "Out of Many, One," was considered the de facto motto of the United States of America, representing both the unity and diversity that define America. In 1956, the United States adopted a different motto, "In God We Trust." This motto, instead of emphasizing the unity of this country, has served to divide us between believers and nonbelievers. It is a product of the same Cold-War-era "Us vs. Them" mentality that led to McCarthyism and the HUAC. It is…Continue