Posts Tagged ‘atheism’

In other news, Christopher Hitchens has been diagnosed with esophageal cancer. Unfortunately, this had to happen at some point. Hitchens isn’t someone I often agree with, but he’s someone I love having around. Strangely, in the linked article, HuffPo suggests that he likely cause of the cancer was smoking. I’m sure it wasn’t helping, but from what […]

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Another intelligent TNC commenter, Thomas Kelly, on the false victimization of atheists in America: Nonetheless, doesn’t the act of comparing the plight of Atheists to other more maligned groups set up a sort of competition? What other point could be present? Kaminer states that her goal is to compare the progress of other discriminated groups […]

I’ve been thinking a lot about this recently; partially as a response to the Catholic Church’s sex abuse scandal and recent religious holidays, but also because it’s good to do a mental check up one’s standing in the realm of the metaphysical (or lack thereof). A little background; I was born and baptized Catholic, and […]