Apple’s Coke M.U.L.E.

With apologies to Danielle Bunten Berry. To address these points in reverse order for no particular reason: “Just out of curiosity.” Bullshit. Feel free to prove me wrong, though.  “If the Bible never existed, would you be more likely to believe in a creator?” You mean like all the other religions, including the ones that… Continue reading Apple’s Coke M.U.L.E.

Pwager Ewert’s Safe Bet (A Prologue)

Disclaimer: There's been a rather major revelation (no pun intended) in the time between when this was written and when it's being posted. Suffice to say, he's dug himself a very deep hole that spells out the word "shallow" when viewed from above. There are more entries in this series, but they're needing practically top… Continue reading Pwager Ewert’s Safe Bet (A Prologue)

Dear Kevin Sorbo: A Very Special “Dear Religious People”

“I know these guys must believe in something, otherwise, they wouldn't get so angry about it,“ Oh, Kevin, sweetie, I believe in plenty of things. God simply isn’t one of them. I believe in the possibility of life beyond our own planet. I can’t prove it, but I find the evidence we’ve discovered thus far… Continue reading Dear Kevin Sorbo: A Very Special “Dear Religious People”

Don’t Talk To Me About Life

At the risk of sounding like I'm wishing death and misfortune on someone, I have to wonder what this guy's tune may or may not change to when he gets fired from his job or finds out he has cancer or that he's being sued for sexual harassment and there's hard evidence to demonstrate as… Continue reading Don’t Talk To Me About Life

No True Argument From Ignorance, Part II

I’m writing this as a new reply since you’ve edited your reply to actually address what I’ve been trying to get you to discuss more directly. I do appreciate the effort, but please try to think through what you’re saying before committing it to the forum.  “Ok, do to me, there is nothing for an… Continue reading No True Argument From Ignorance, Part II

Kindred Spirits: Return of the Shroud

Continuing on from earlier. "This is not a painting" Well, it's certainly not a burial shroud as you insist. This is for a host of reasons, but let's start with the most obvious one. Take an orange if you have one. Draw a face on it, being sure to put the ears on the sides… Continue reading Kindred Spirits: Return of the Shroud

ICDTAD: Brave and the Bold

I believe this question is attempting to ask something about cheating death, as if an atheist working towards immortality will ultimately prove God doesn't exist because, as the question posits, death and deities are one in the same. Kudos for not going cuckoo for cocoa puffs on the caps lock, but bold statements aren't emboldened by… Continue reading ICDTAD: Brave and the Bold

Carnicom Undone

Since you've blocked me from replying, I'm going to answer your question here. So you have thus expressed your own personal interpretation of an ancient text, while criticizing my use of the ancient text, the Bible. If by "use of" you mean your own personal interpretation of the ancient text, then the answer is yes. Welcome… Continue reading Carnicom Undone

Writ of Mundanus

Regarding whether or not teaching evolution in schools creates more atheists, a new challenger enters, Deacon Daryl L. Smith, who believes Adam was created 6,000 years ago, Dr. Ford is a liar, and he kind of wishes he could be a polygamist because at least it's not gay. Buckle up, Mary; we're in for a bumpy ride.… Continue reading Writ of Mundanus