No thesis, this. It’s merely one person’s take on the questionable, even dubious, link between religion and morality. Doesn’t history belie that almost universally accepted view that morality flows from religion? Does not all good come from God/religion, as claimed in the Bible? People who practice religion always live in accordance with moral principles, do …
The Likelihood of Religion Being True
Mormonism is a sect of Christianity that has expanded to include even more incredible stories than those found in standard Christianity. In addition to believing in the absurdities of the Old and New Testaments, Mormons need to believe in the absurdities of the Book of Mormon, the Doctrines and Covenants, and the Pearl of Great …
What do you think of when you hear the word mythology? Many of us tend to picture a culture’s “mythology” as a collection of stories and personal narratives particular to that social group and their way of life—usually with the most popular and enduring myths of each culture intending to explain key features of social life, …
Why Am I Not Religious?
Why Nigeria needs humanism, so very intensely.
The Eternity of Time
Editor’s Note: This essay by Britain’s longest-serving atheist activist harkens back to a time when most unbelievers assumed that the cosmos was eternal.
Jean Raspail’s novel The Camp of the Saints was not clairvoyant, but in 2015 it sure seems prophetic.