August 22nd, 2010
Imagine a world where a large segment of the population doesn’t believe in the sun–or anything outside of the atmosphere for the matter. Instead, a particular theory explains the celestial phenomena we observe in the sky. Why and how? Read on to find out…
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July 21st, 2010
Conflation of terminology is common error amongst cultists and celebrities alike. This little essay examines how words are used and abused in our society to distort fundamental truths and create confusion in discourse and debate.
Filed under: Annihilationism, Jehovah's Witnesses, Philosophy | 5 Comments »
July 18th, 2010
I was severely disappointed with Alistair McGrath in his debate with Richard Dawkins. Read on to see why…
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July 17th, 2010
For what it’s worth, the Flying Spaghetti Monster (a.k.a. FSM) is fairly decent satire–at least on a purely emotional level. In this essay I examine a particular tongue-in-cheek fiction from my own personal experience that simply fails. It fails precisely because the satire in question is not intended to be fictional.
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