Bill Hamby recently put up my essay "There Are No Monotheistic Relgions" as a guest blog.
This is a look at how religionists try and set the agenda and how
non-religionists can redefine the playing field. Take a look at this

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Comment by Earther on November 3, 2010 at 9:01pm
Ok, now I have read the first two paragraphs. Semantics comes to my mind. I am a visual person and when I see people trying to qualify their arguement for anything I cannot disregard the persons body language as they talk. Instead trying to apply my abilities of hypocrytical radar detection to a persons religious rally I usually look at what they are trying to acheive as a person who is as mortal as I. I usually shrug off the gobblygob and get to the point asap. This means I usually don't engage, I avoid the situation and try my best to help myself in this lonely world.
Comment by Earther on November 3, 2010 at 8:20pm
Before I read this long blog "There Are No Monotheistic Religions" may I say I get the intent of the lesson to be taught. I also think that we get so drowned by the religious rhetoric that it is a waist of time to even engage. We are bullied. It seems the best tactic is to always help yourself. I claim no great knowledge of ingenuity to win the war of words except to educate, educate, educate.
Comment by Frankie Dapper on October 31, 2010 at 9:01pm
Define not that ye be not defined.



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