Free will is easy to figure out.

There are really just two simple questions that Socra-tease out the true nature of what is popularly referred to as “free will.” It’s not that this issue is terribly hard to figure out or that these questions are hard to answer. It’s just that so many things tend to get in the way and confuse [Read More…]

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Moral Frameworks: God is up a creek without a ladder

JT posted an article about a baby drowning during a baptism. A fellow named SteveK took issue, and JT decided to post him as an example, as I’m generally in favor of doing. Christianity, by existing, does a great job producing atheists, these days. The topics interests me, so I’d like to dig in and see [Read More…]

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There are good reasons to be good

I was invited to hang out with a friend last night who had some of her friends visiting from out of town.  Everybody was lovely and a good time was had by all, but at one point the conversation turned to why I felt the need to criticize religion.  I explained that religion is predicated [Read More…]

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