Was I a TRUE Christian? I was once told, “Speaking biblically one can never leave God if they were with him in the first place.” To me, this is just further evidence that the Bible is wrong, for I was on god’s side right up until I asked for help staying on his side and … More On “REAL” Christians
A friend pointed me to this excellent article on a specific theologian’s attempt to reconcile the Catholic doctrines around Adam and Eve with what we know about genetics and evolution. It is a much better, but more specific, version of the post I wrote earlier on Catholicism and evolution.
Finally, I am ready to share what I made for Christmas this year! You can click on any of the pictures to see them larger, but I don’t really recommend it. My pictures are always fuzzy in large sizes. It’s scarves from here on out. The rest of these scarves are based around this pattern … More Christmas Crafting 2014
Now that I’m past being a theist, pretty much all arguments for god have started to sound like this: I’ll be posting pictures of crafting projects Monday and perhaps Tuesday of next week, but I’m sleepy from traveling today so this is all I can give. I hope your holiday celebrations, if any, are going or have … More Arguments for God
I wish all my readers a happy holiday season, no matter which holiday(s) you celebrate. Personally, I still celebrate Christmas, because I enjoy giving and receiving gifts, putting up and looking at decorations, making and eating cookies, etc. However, I intend to never attend a Christmas Mass again or put up a nativity scene. There … More Season’s Greetings
Current Christmas Craft Countdown: 25 projects made, 1 in progress, 2 on my list not yet started. I’m rapidly running out of time, but maybe I can finish up one or two on the road. I intend to post pictures after giving away the results.
Current Christmas Craft Countdown: 23 projects made, 2 in progress, 3 on my list not yet started. I’ve given up on all but those last three; I’m still hoping to have time to do them. I intend to post pictures after giving away the results.
Today, I’d like to introduce my readers to the Skeptic’s Dictionary. I expect it to be a useful resource for all intelligent people who accept a basic evidence-based epistemology. This would include the scientific method, the acceptance of which is a mark of all rational, educated persons. Specifically, I am pointing to the page on homeopathy, … More On Homeopathy
I know I’ve been posting very little of my own writing lately, and if you’ve been paying attention, you’ll see that the reason is that I’m trying to make a bunch of gifts for people on my Christmas shopping list. I really enjoy making things, but this is beginning to get out of hand! As … More 9 Ways Christian Zealots Ruin America
Current Christmas Craft Countdown: 19 projects made, 4 in progress, 9 on my list not yet started – 7 of those not yet started are only to be done if time permits. I intend to post pictures after giving away the results.