About six months ago, I blogged about an interaction that I had on Twitter. Apparently, something about that conversation stuck with the other person, because s/he appears to have found that post and decided to try to continue the conversation this month. As JB has commented on five other places in addition, and most of … More Continuing Conversation on Homosexuality and Resurrection
Yesterday’s post was quite long, so today’s will be quite short. (Update on that post: he did reply one other time, but had no response to my disagreement, at least not yet – and he’s been active today.) For today, I’d like to point my readers to Greta Christina’s blog post from about a week … More Is It Ethical to Conceal Your Atheism?
I am writing this post because I quickly realized Twitter is not the proper medium for this conversation. This guy sent 19 tweets in a row. Twice. That’s too damn many to respond to properly, especially as the topic is such that I cannot respond to each tweet with a single tweet. Twitter isn’t a … More On Mythmaking and Twitter Arguments
The title makes it look like I’m talking about one thing. Nope, here are four links. First up is a post by JT Eberhard about a tweet. It’s a quote, attributed to Dostoevsky: “If anyone proved to me that Christ was outside the truth, then I would prefer to remain with Christ than with the truth.” … More Truth, Abuse, Fatties, and Church
I had an interesting conversation on Twitter last night. I wanted to share because the other person made one very horrific tweet, and because I thought I handled the conversation very well, for once. Here’s the link to the whole thread. For those who don’t wish to read the whole thread, here’s what I tweeted … More Twitter Nonsense: No Gay People?
Over the last few days, this happened on Twitter. In case you don’t wish to click the link, I posted this picture: I thought the point was really obvious: An all-powerful god could easily have done better than the Bible, which is a constant source of confusion and disagreement to Christians worldwide. How could anyone argue … More Twitter Nonsense