Ever been told that you cannot be ethical and that you're morally bankrupt without a God? Ever been told that without God then you can't justify the difference between good and evil? Ever been told that you're a nihilist, or have narcissistic tendencies because you're an atheist, and you're self-absorbed? Ever been told that God … Continue reading Think for yourself, act for everyone!
For some reason, this is a subject that I've noticed appear quite frequently on Twitter, and many argue that Atheism is the default position, and that it takes indoctrination into a faith to turn someone into a theist. When a baby is born, it has no concept about the world around it. It's essentially an … Continue reading Is Atheism the default position?
Many Atheists, including myself, accept that the only true and fair way of leading an ethical life is through a secularist society and Humanism. Many Theists believe that Humanism is evil, and think that it promotes homosexuality, abortion and transgender, and secularism is trying to destroy the church and take away alleged 'Christian values'. It … Continue reading Humanism vs Theism
There are those who are willing to reason, accept other cultures, accept other sexualities, accept other race and accept everyone as equal. To use logic, critical thinking, imagination and to be open-minded about possibilities, and alternatives as opposed to what you've been taught. To use logic, and be unbiased without an agenda, with the ultimate … Continue reading The origins of Humanism
We’ve all been told by a delusional creationist that Noah lived until 950 years old, and during that time he built an ARK. You all know the story, but is any of it verifiable, believable, practical or achievable? My top ten concerns. • 1: Currently scientists think there are over 8,000,000 species of life on … Continue reading The Great Flood
You've all been told by a theist how you cannot have morality without God and the rules in the Bible. I vehemently disagree with that ridiculous claim. The key to morality is empathy, education, experiences and compassion. Here I will list what I think is needed to be a moral, upstanding citizen. And note that … Continue reading The Ten Commandments of Humanism