Monthly Archives: May 2009

Meeting the Hitchens challenge? Easy!

Christopher Hitchens set out a challenge in his efforts against religion: “Name me an ethical statement made or an action performed by a believer that could not have been made or performed by a non-believer.” The point, presumably, is to … Continue reading

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Prison atheist statistics: What do the forms look like?

There is another thought that popped into my head regarding the atheists in prison statistics. What does the form look like that produce these numbers? Suppose, for instance, that, on being admitted to a British prison, a new convict have … Continue reading

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