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The Fallacy of Biblical Stories, Part 9: Sodom and Gomorrah
By: Gordy327 • 47 Comments • 6 days ago
Gordy327 last wrote: I'm glad you liked them. I try to take a logical approach and examine any evidence. Clearly some are not interested in logic, as they fail to...
Yes, Atheists Do Have A Good Moral Compass, Study Shows | IFLScience
Via: sandy-2021492 • 13 Comments • 4 months ago
Gordy327 last wrote: "..." Yeah, Hell is having to be around self righteous people like that. 📷
The Fallacy of Biblical Stories, Part 1: The Great Flood & Noah's Ark
By: Gordy327 • 457 Comments • 4 months ago
Gordy327 last wrote: "..." That doesn't promote discussion. It only limits it or makes it more one sided. "..." Address the points made in the post. Your follow...
Inevitable Megachurch Abuse of PPP Funds is Coming to Light — Private Jet Included | Religion Dispatches
Via: sandy-2021492 • 74 Comments • 6 months ago
Paula Bartholomew last wrote: I want to hear from the ex midgets.
The Fallacy of Biblical Stories, Part 8: God, the biggest fallacy of them all?
By: Gordy327 • 120 Comments • 7 months ago
Gordy327 last wrote: "..." Possibly because religions do not like being questioned or challenged. Doing so may be viewed as a lack in faith and subject to God's...
The Fallacy of Biblical Stories, Part 7: The Virgin Birth
By: Gordy327 • 197 Comments • 9 months ago
Gordy327 last wrote: Some of them have not been able to provide a logical counter argument to any of the analyses of the biblical stories. Instead they restate belief...
The Fallacy of Biblical Stories, Part 6: The Day the Sun Stood Still
By: Gordy327 • 53 Comments • 9 months ago
Gordy327 last wrote: Part 7 of the series is now up.
The Fallacy of Biblical Stories, Part 5: The Tower of Babel
By: Gordy327 • 63 Comments • 10 months ago
Gordy327 last wrote: "..." Yeah, pretty much. "..." Not to mention the 10 Plagues of Egypt or Adam & Eve.
The Fallacy of Biblical Stories, Part 4: Jonah and the Whale
By: Gordy327 • 86 Comments • 11 months ago
Gordy327 last wrote: I'm going to try to publish Part 5: The Tower of Babel, this weekend if I get the chance. So stay tuned.
Why many societies still expect women to be subservient to men and the connotations in relation to religion / religious belief:
By: MsAubrey (aka Ahyoka) • 95 Comments • 11 months ago
MsAubrey (aka Ahyoka) last wrote: "..." Yes, the crowded places we're usually in are in Detroit and I prefer to have those inner danger warnings.