religion

Posts about religion, skepticism, and how it fits into the scientific world.

Josh Whitehead2 days ago
Comparative Analysis of Divine Action Proposals
The proposals for conceiving divine action in the world from Van Till, Peacocke, and Haught create an interesting set of inconsistencies such that might be deemed as incompatible with contemporary sci...
Corey Bourquin4 days ago
Ignorance in the Theology of Oceania
A person whose mind is restricted and trained to believe one idea and one idea only can never truly be free. The idea that a controlled population is a free population is flawed. The very essence of f...
An Atheist's Guide to Religion
In the beginning, there was nothing. Then, suddenly, there was light. Then came humans, then the animals that could accompany the humans. That's how everything started, according to some religion. Som...
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Edelle Arndt13 days ago
Confessions of an Atheist
Many people have misconceptions about Atheism. It's not that we are some soul-sucking, children-hating, stubborn-minded individuals who wish hatred and suffering on society. In fact, Atheism isn't rea...
Carolina Santos14 days ago
Culture Identification: Ancient Egypt
Ancient Egypt, a time which revolutionised history and set a mark for itself. Famous for the Pyramids of Giza, the wild waters of the Nile, and thanks to many films, you know you shouldn't mess around...
Why I Practice Witchcraft
I got sick in the Catholic Church with my mental health symptoms, every time we went to Mass. I got anxious, manic, neurotic, wound up, stressed out, and feeling terrible since I grew up without medic...
Is Lent an Extra Terrestrial Event?
Is it possible that religious stories and events are actually Humanoid Extra Terrestrials Living Among Us (HETLAU)? Through these stories and events could they really be secretly preparing us for disc...
Charlemagne and the Witches
Research into the history of witchcraft shows that it is varied in both practice and opinion. For centuries, witches lived peacefully and would be called upon as healers. During the early days of Cath...
Hannah Smart21 days ago
Sympathy for the Devil: The Case for Satan’s Heroism
Last week, I was challenged to write an article arguing that Satan, as he is portrayed in the Bible, is actually the good guy. Thrilled by this opportunity to quite literally play devil’s advocate, I ...
Manda Krashnaka month ago
5 Reasons to Respect the Spectrum of Religious Views
I want to dedicate this article to my clients, who have taught me the lessons I have learned, regarding religion and its impact. Throughout my life I have struggled with my religious affiliations and ...
Heather Wilkinsa month ago
Why I Celebrate Non-Modern Customs
I was baptized under the Protestant branch of Methodism. I went to church, did communion a couple of times, and attended every Easter and Christmas service. My mother told me and my sister whenever we...
Noel Willetta month ago
Is There a Problem with Religion?
Growing up in a household that held to religious beliefs without practicing actual religion was confusing. It made more sense when church was finally attended on the regular. But it never clarified an...
Cosmizen a month ago
To Put It Plainly
To put it plainly, I was never religious to begin with. As a young man born into the infamous Nation of Islam, I never really enjoyed going to the mosque on Sunday, or having to put on a suit on a Sat...
Azlyn Fugatea month ago
I'm a What?
I'm a third generation Wiccan and I make it very known. I'm the only one out of the three kids that my mom had. I don't try to hide it like my mom or my grandmother, and especially not like my sibling...
Joy Erganga month ago
Soul Searching
How dare they, or any “religion” for that matter, have the connotation that their ideals and way of life are far more superior than everybody elses'? Yet my bitterness lies towards a particular cult. ...
Lainey Millera month ago
How Agnosticism Changed My Life
If you were to approach me and ask me what my spiritual belief was, I'd smile and answer, "Agnostic." To some that is not an acceptable answer, but to most they would agree. Being Agnostic means you d...