Monthly Archives: August 2011

The Vatican and the Nazis

Here’s a question for you: Why did the Catholic Church play along with Hitler? Why didn’t they stand up and oppose the Nazi party’s genocidal warfare, dehumanizing morals, and totalitarian policy? For example, it would have been a fairly simple … Continue reading

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Why rational arguments don’t work

From Diagoras of Melos

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Why chimps are more rational than humans

In this 5-minute video, Dr. Robert Sapolsky explains how dopamine manipulates behavior.

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Suppose we’ve chosen the wrong God

“Suppose we’ve chosen the wrong god. Every time we go to church we’re just making him madder and madder!” – Homer Simpson See what Homer just did there? He answered Pascal’s wager.

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So thoughtful of you, dear Messiah

From Scenes From A Multiverse:

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Why God’s absolute morality is superior

The question that made Richard Dawkins take off his glasses:

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“By God’s grace she is still alive”

This girl got away easily. Islam is clear about the punishment for leaving Islam (apostasy): death. Via AHA Foundation: NAIROBI, Kenya, August 11 (CDN) — A 14-year-old girl in western Uganda is still unable to walk 10 months after her … Continue reading

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Dear invisible friend

Audio of leading U.S. Presidential candidate Michelle Bachmann, hearing voices in her head: Know what? She’s not alone. From Political Gates.

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Today’s mental abuse

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The end of the world is still coming

Adorable. The date “May 21” has been erased but the end of the world is still valid. Don’t dismiss these people as a minority of fruitcakes. All Christians believe this. Yes, every single one believes in the second coming of … Continue reading

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