Tag Archive: argumentation

Jun 01

Non-Fiction Friday: Liars for Jesus Volume 1 by Chris Rodda

This week’s edition of Non-Fiction Friday is going to be quick. This week has left me mentally and physically exhausted. I need a vacation. Have you heard about America’s Christian heritage? Did you know that we were founded as a Christian nation? Did you know that the separation of church and state was a myth, …

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Mar 23

Non-Fiction Friday: Why Are You Atheists So Angry? 99 Things that Piss Off the Godless

So I just finished Greta Christina’s new book, Why Are You Atheists So Angry? 99 Things that Piss Off the Godless this morning and damn, I’m pissed. Not to say that I wasn’t pissed before. Also not to say that I’m letting it interfere with my ability to function and be happy but goddammit I’m …

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Mar 13

Chatting it up with the locals: Church/State Myth

I have a confession. I used to be a local forum junkie. The fact that my town has always been a rural backwater meant that I had to weed through endless threads of gossip and poor grammar, people calling each other names and threatening to beat each other up. I decided to move to a …

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Mar 01

Some Jive About Truth

So I am about to watch a series of videos called Incredible Creatures that Defy Evolution. It is a set of videos created by Dr. Jobe Martin, a dentist and former “Darwinist” turned creationist. I plan on writing up a detailed review of all three videos soon. My son, who loves anything having to do …

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Feb 18

Boredom, prejudice, and changing minds

My job is boring. This will come as no surprise to most people. I have it on good authority that this is a common, perhaps even global, phenomenon. My day is essentially nine hours of mindless labor punctuated by brief periods of intense thought. Unfortunately the thinking parts, the parts where I solve a problem …

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