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God as a proxy for Goodness

How the Apparent Absence of Alternatives Maintains Irrationality Alive For an atheist, it is quite easy to disregard religion as a building of irrationality embedded in mankind as some kind of a “meme“, as proposed by Richard Dawkins on “The God Delusion”, a collateral damage of our gene’s architecture, a cultural self-perpetuating virus that has …

Science vs Religion: Is there a place for faith in the lab?

Science and religion can be reconciled if they each pursue the same reality. First, the many misrepresentations of unstable systems, relativity and quantum theory need to be swept away. God needs to be seen, not as fiddling at the edges, but as the top-billed actor who sustains the regularities of nature. What is knowable about …

What Is the Benefit of Believing in God?

We can find rational explanations for believing in God (or any other esoteric phenomenon), like consolation or Pascal’s wager. Quite correctly various philosophical and theological thinkers pointed out that none of these can be a basis for individual belief-you either do or don’t. I am not looking for a benefit in my “non-believing.” I actually …

What are the benefits of being an Atheist, Agnostic and a Skeptic

The first question we have to ask ourselves, before we ask anything else, is whether it is more important to us that our beliefs are as true and accurate as we can make them-or whether it is more important to us that our beliefs “work” in our lives, that they provide us with comfort, reassurance, …

10 Great Reasons To Think and Be A Skeptic

Freedom to enjoy the life through experiences, not through the filter of religion. Without religion, we can immediately experience, enjoy, judge and evaluate any experience without first running it through the “God filter” and deciding how we “supposed” to feel. And contrary to what most people think, we find that a greater sense of moral …

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New Zealand, less selfish than some more familiar places, hmm?

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