Philosophy & Disbelief/Nonbelief
At first, you'll probably think I've made a spelling booboo. "Surely he means Agnosticism?" you'll ask. Well it's definitely in the same ballpark. Ignosticism is related to agnosticism, as well as atheism and...
There is no such thing as a selfless act. Humans always do things for a reason, and it is usually thought of by definition as being a subjective reason. We get something out of it.
By most definitions religion is set of beliefs about the universe and humanities place in it. It is about the origins of mankind and the meaning of life. It is the study of the mechanics of existence and how it all...
The paradox of omnipotence is one of the classical, and one of the most powerful, arguments against the existence of God.
Many people think that the Pharaonic era is too remote; too far removed from modern people for us to connect with it. But that is not the case. The days of Akhenaten, or Ramses could have been charted on a family tree...
The world's most widely touted Christian Apologists fail in debate after debate because they are not actually defending Christianity or any other theology but rather a vague Deism
When arguing with Christians, skeptics often make self-defeating statements, even without realizing it. Here are 7 of the most common and how to identify and refute them...
Many arguments for and against God are looking at the absolute truth. But I think that for most people, the decision comes down to whether belief gives them positive or negative outcomes in real life.
A funny little discussion between two people on who inhabits heaven.
A summary of the arguments for and against believing in religious experiences with some of the most famous examples included.
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