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Goodness! (With or without God, the atheists don’t answer the question)

Among philosophically minded people, it is none too uncommon to believe man cannot be good without God. Atheists, on the other hand, claim they can live good, moral lives without God. Who is right? Both are, probably. The statement “you … Continue reading

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Honestly, Internet atheists are like this

 I made a boo-boo. Some atheists told me that atheism is good for society and that the world’s most atheistic societies are also the healthiest. And that they get their views from a guy by the surname of Zuckerman. I … Continue reading

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Atheistic countries have the most healthy societies?

Note, added later: While Zuckerman indeed compiled the list I refer to above, some of the conclusions atheists call his may be by his atheistic fans, not his own. The purpose of this blog entry is to discuss the conclusions that … Continue reading

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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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About prejudice, Philip Pullman , Dawkins and Hitchens and the like

    Here Peter T. Chattaway, film critic, interview Philip Pullman on “His Dark materials” books and the new “The Golden Compass“ movie, based on it. The interview statements seems to be a bit more toned down than Pullman’s earlier … Continue reading

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