Why I Am Not an Agnostic
Since, by derivation, atheism means “without God” and agnosticism “without knowledge (of God),” there is really no difference in meaning between the two terms—so why not choose the one that has the less dogmatic tone?
Why I Am Not a Catholic
I am no longer a Catholic because it defies reason. And while I feel so very lucky to have escaped, I’m angry that it took me several decades.
Why I Am Not a Muslim
What changed my mind about Islam? I’d like to think that my mind changed me.
Why I Am Not a Seventh-day Adventist
Becoming an atheist doesn’t happen overnight. For me, it’s been a lifelong process.
Why I Am Not a Catholic and Why I Am a Humanist
At age eighteen, I attended an all-boys Catholic high school wearing a gold cross attached to a necklace.
Why I Am Not a Magical Thinker
Surely, I could make anything happen just by willing it into existence. Except that it didn’t work that way.
Why I Am Not a Christian or a Theist
I liberated myself from theistic paradigms and found myself immune to emotional appeals to believe in what, I was sure, was never true.