Critical Thinking (Oxford): "The objective analysis and evaluation of an issue in order to form a judgement."
Individuals who value following the facts to wherever they lead regardless of the desired result and in spite of emotions.
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Fine Tuning Argument
By: TᵢG • 235 Comments • 3 weeks ago
Nerm_L last wrote: "..." Objectively, yes, since all the factors are perfect for the universe to exist. Perfection can be quantified and the universe is the proof.
Glossolalia - 'Speaking in Tongues'
By: TᵢG • 104 Comments • one month ago
Kathleen last wrote: That is my big issue about religion. There are so many different types of religions. If it was only one, then it would be more believable to me.
The Fine Line Between Stubbornness and Stupidity
Via: TᵢG • 13 Comments • one month ago
Greg Jones last wrote: He's taking the slow and circuitous path to becoming an adult. It'll get better
How Long Would It Take To Travel To The Nearest Star?
Via: TᵢG • 98 Comments • 2 months ago
Enoch last wrote: Dear Friend Atheist: LOL. Good one!
By: Groucho • 0 Comments • 2 months ago
Why do we believe things that aren't true?
Via: TᵢG • 6 Comments • 2 months ago
TᵢG last wrote: "..." Not to the level of absolute truth. Clearly, there is no way the engineer in my example could verify the structural integrity of a...
On Life and Free Will
Via: TᵢG • 135 Comments • 2 months ago
TᵢG last wrote: Although you have been dismayed when I offer information beyond an article proper, here is another case where a deeper understanding will help....
Christian conservatives are as empathetic as liberals, analysis finds
Via: Heartland American • 2 Comments • 2 months ago
Heartland American last wrote: But are evangelicals, even those who identify as politically conservative, that much different from everyone else? New research calls into...
Searching? Expect Science to Reveal God, But Not to Prove Him — Science Doesn’t Do That
Via: Heartland American • 5 Comments • 2 months ago
Heartland American last wrote: In other words you have nothing to say about the actual content of the article?